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(p. 179) Bipolar relapse: The importance of early warning signs and coping strategies 

(p. 179) Bipolar relapse: The importance of early warning signs and coping strategies
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(p. 179) Bipolar relapse: The importance of early warning signs and coping strategies
Author(s):

Dominic Lam

and Grace Wong

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780198530091.003.0008
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date: 31 October 2020

This chapter describes bipolar relapse and the importance of early warning signs and coping strategies. It explores prodromes in bipolar disorder and inherent problems in defining prodromes in mental health, coping in biopolar disorder, primary and secondary appraisal, functions of coping, and naturalistic studies in coping with prodromes. Treatment options to prevent bipolar relapse are also outlined.

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