ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and Bipolar disorder are distinct disorders that are increasingly being identified in American children and teenagers and are frequently diagnosed concurrently.
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Bipolar disorder in children and teenagers is becoming more well-understood by medical science. However, diagnosing the illness is still difficult. This is especially true for adolescents, who often experience moodiness and irritability as part of normal development. A moody adolescent or teen may be going through a challenging but normal developmental phase. They could also have bipolar disorder, which causes mood swings ranging from depression to mania on a regular basis.
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