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ADHD Mood Swings: Learning How to Recognize and Control Mood Swings

Tips for Overcoming ADHD Mood Swings

ADHD mood swings are common in adults. While bipolar disorder is characterized by episodic instances of mood swings lasting a couple weeks or longer in duration, ADHD mood swings are much more consistent and rapid, presenting themselves up to several times per day. It can be an exhausting process, especially in those diagnosed with both bipolar disorder and ADHD. I can tell you from my personal experience that the first step in learning to thrive amidst...

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