Previous studies have reported that hyperthymic, cyclothymic
, and irritable temperaments are prominent in patients with BD (28,29).
disorder also appears in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10), published by the World Health Organization.
disorder: Validating criteria for inclusion in the bipolar affective group.
While her diaries make it clear she realised how lucky she was to have him, her perpetually needy state and cyclothymic
depressions made their relationship rather one-sided.
They said it was a cyclothymic
, bipolar episode or something like that.
And finally, though the analogy can only be sketched briefly here, the episodes of lurid sexuality and savage violence which break out like summer storms across the Caldwell landscape (and which seem to be the only events capable of rousing Caldwell's characters from their lethargy), may be productively viewed as the work of libidinal energy liberated in mania, the excess of uninhibited behavior which alternates with depression proper in the cyclothymic
form of the disease.
He stated further that in these patients there are found a variety of personality traits rated as unstable, very meek, very anxious, cyclothymic
Several biographies show that his severe manic-depressive crises or perhaps his cyclothymic
symptoms played a role in that withdrawal and silence, while in his youth his hypomanic personality traits (e.
Several studies have found that cyclothymic
temperament is more frequent in patients with ADHD (15).
A 2014 study identified 7 risk factors that differentiated BPD from unipolar depression; 4 of these were identifiable at the onset of illness: cyclothymic
temperament, family history, young age (<25 years) at onset, and male sex.
Are atypical depression, borderline personality disorder and bipolar II disorder overlapping manifestations of a common cyclothymic
8 The DSM-IV TR lists 3 specific subtypes (Bipolar I, Bipolar II and Cyclothymic
disorder) and 1 non-specified diagnosis (Bipolar disorder NOS).