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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    I've never in the past been able to track the amount of time spent in each phase or the amount of time spent in transition. But this last time I am able to report I was depressed for 2 days then woke up the 3rd day feeling better - not euphoric but just normal and able to enjoy my daily routine. So there really wasnt any transition at all.

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