Bipolar disorders are a group of brain disorders which cause extreme changes in a person’s energy level, mood and ability to function. The word bipolar reflects the fluctuations in mood between extreme highs and extreme lows that people with bipolar disorder experience.
People with bipolar disorder usually live through periods of mania (extreme excitement, overactivity, euphoria and delusions) and periods of depression (low mood, hopelessness and loss of interest in activity).
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In short, the difference between depression and bipolar disorders (there are more than one) is: Depressed people struggle with low mood People with