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In a study published in ScienceDirect earlier this year, Adair and others found that 48 percent of those surveyed in the Game Quitters community reported some history of mood disorders.
Lithium, which can be prescribed to treat bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or other mood disorder symptoms, can instead make users sweat too much.
When their circadian systems are out of whack, people are at higher risk for diabetes, obesity, cancer, and mood disorders.
The findings are consistent with research indicating a link between sleep disruptions and mood disorders.
According to the Department of Health, Bedoya entered a five-year monitoring agreement with PRN in 2012 after being diagnosed with cocaine and alcohol dependence and mood disorder.
The link between bipolar and other mood disorders and creativity has long been studied.
Pitt, who testified that Jones had anxiety and mood disorders and symptoms of a paranoid personality, was killed Thursday.
In a study published last month in the Lancet Psychiatry, scientists at the University of Glasgow found that disrupted circadian rhythms also heighten the risk of mood disorders, including depression and bipolar disorder.
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