Hypomanic episodes can occur in people who have mood disorders.
Hypomanic episodes are less severe than manic episodes, although a hypomanic
episode can still interfere with your ability to function properly.
Changes in sleep that last for more than two weeks or interfere with your life can point to an underlying condition. Of course, many things may contribute to sleep problems. Here's what you need to know about the many connections between bipolar disorder and sleep and what you can do to improve your sleep.
If you feel that you or someone you care about may be experiencing a
hypomanic episode, contact your doctor to discuss the possible causes and the
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March 01, 2012
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