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The relationship between circadian rhythms and mood symptoms in bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder

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Circadian rhythms in bipolar and borderline personality disorders
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It is estimated that half of the health issues in the United Kingdom are linked to mental health for individuals under the age of 65, with the majority of these health issues being attributed to depression or anxiety. One of the most prevalent mental disorders is bipolar disorder, with patients experiencing mood instability with extended periods of depression, associated with feelings of unhappiness and dejection. They also experience periods of mania, associated with euphoria, delusions a...

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Engineering Science

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EP/ G036861/1
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Oliver Carr
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098461/Z/12/Z
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102616/Z
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DPhil
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Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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