Bipolar Disorders: I and II

by Cathy Parkes October 20, 2021 Updated: December 29, 2021

Bipolar I Disorder is characterized by episodes of severe mania and depression. Bipolar II Disorder is marked by episodes of hypomania (less severe than true mania) and depression.

Bipolar I Disorder is characterized by episodes of severe mania and depression.

Bipolar II Disorder is marked by episodes of hypomania (less severe than true mania) and depression.



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