The Interplay Between Sleep & Bipolar Disorder

Archived Virtual Forum | June 5, 2018

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Sleep can be disrupted in all stages of bipolar disorder, including in euthymic patients, and may be a predictor of relapse. There is growing evidence that sleep disruption can affect many aspects of a patient’s life, like mood, quality of life, and mood episode recurrence. In this Virtual Forum, hear from Terence Ketter, MD, Emeritus…

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