Episodes of bipolar depression

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I know that with bipolar that there is mania, hypomania, and depression and that someone with bipolar 1 transitions between the two/three.

What I wanted to ask is the transition period between mania and depression. For example if someone was having a manic mood for a while do they wake up the next day depressed or is there a buffer in between? People explain what each episode does to the individual but no one seems to explain how they transition from manic to depressive or vise versa. Thank you.

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    hi I have bipolar type 2 with rapid cycling I get aggitated restless and my thought pattern changes I get paranoid and anxious those are my signs of mood switching. hope this helps

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    hi I have bipolar type 2 with rapid cycling I get aggitated restless and my thought pattern changes I get paranoid and anxious those are my signs of mood switching. hope this helps

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    What I wanted to ask is the trans appvalley ition period between tutuapp mania and depression. For example if someone was having a manic mood for a while do they wake up the next day depressed or is there a buffer in between? People explain what each episode does to the indi tweakbox vidual but no one seems to explain how they transition from manic to depressive or vise versa. Thank you.

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    hi I have bipolar type 2 with rapid cycling I get aggitated restless and my thought pattern changes I get paranoid and anxious those are my signs of mood switching. hope this helps

    agreed!!

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