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Coping with lockdown and bipolar disorder

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Governments around the world have instituted social distancing and social isolation measures to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

This has led many people to experience changes in their normal daily routines of work, study and other lifestyle activities.

Spending more time at home can generate many challenges -  increased tension with housemates, loneliness, less distraction and maybe more rumination -  but one challenge is particularly relevant to people with bipolar disorders.

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