Mood monitoring in bipolar disorder : Is it always helpful?

Palmier‐Claus, Jasper and Lobban, Fiona and Mansell, Warren and Jones, Steve and Tyler, Elizabeth and Lodge, Christopher and Bowe, Samantha and Dodd, Alison and Wright, Kim (2021) Mood monitoring in bipolar disorder : Is it always helpful? Bipolar Disorders, 23 (4). pp. 429-431. ISSN 1398-5647

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Mood monitoring is widely used in the treatment and self‐management of bipolar mood swings. Typically, service‐users record their affective states in a paper or electronic diary over an extended period (e.g. weeks, months). The aim is to help people to achieve greater awareness and understanding of their affective states, which then enables them to better prepare and account for problematic changes in their mood, preventing escalation to mood episodes and relapse.

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Bipolar Disorders
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This is the peer reviewed version of the following article:Palmier-Claus, J., Lobban, F., Mansell, W., Jones, S., Tyler, E., Lodge, C., Bowe, S., Dodd, A. and Wright, K. (2021), Mood monitoring in bipolar disorder: Is it always helpful?. Bipolar Disord, 23: 429-431. which has been published in final form at This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance With Wiley Terms and Conditions for self-archiving.
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