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Sleep, Residual Mood Symptoms & Time To Relapse In Recovered Patients With Bipolar Disorder

Research Summary | December 21, 2016

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Key Messages Sleep disturbance is commonly observed in patients with bipolar disorder (BD), during mood episodes and when they experience residual symptoms between episodes. Compared with healthy individuals, recovered patients with BD demonstrated poorer sleep quality, including longer sleep latency, greater use of sleep medication, and greater daytime dysfunction. Among recovered patients, poor sleep was…

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