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Nootrogen Review

por Editoria RVQ (2019-01-25)

Cyclothymia or "cyclothymic disorder" is a milder form of bipolarNootrogen disorder in which the individual who develops this mental illness can experience all of the same symptoms of "full blown" bipolar disorder but these symptoms are typically mild to moderate in comparison.However, there is no cure for cyclothymia and medical treatment is necessary as typically it can not be controlled on its own and when left untreated poses a high risk factor for developing full bipolar disorder. while this disorder may show symptoms which are less frequent and intense than those of bipolar disorder, the changes in mood from highs to lows with cyclothymia can still lead to detrimental behaviors and even suicidal tendencies.Individuals with cyclothymic disorder experience periods of euphoria and depression with the symptoms being very similar to bipolar, however, they do not last as long and are not as severe. The symptoms of the highs associated with cyclothymia are called "hypomania" or "hypomanic episodes" which typically include feelings of euphoria, an increase in sexual drive, rapid speech, racing thoughts, agitation, lack of concentration, and a decrease in the need for sleep.These symptoms can lead to erratic behaviors such as over spending by purchasing extravagant gifts, or engaging in abnormal sexual practices. The state of depression experienced with cyclothymia can include great sadness, loss of appetite, unusual sleeping patterns, fatigue, irritability, and anxiety. These symptoms of depression can lead to suicidal thoughts in some individuals.