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When a Mood Disorder Looks Like ADHD — and Vice Versa: Differentiating Signs of Emotional Dysregulation

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emotional dysregulation is not exclusive to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD). Chronic moodiness is also a central component of mood disorders like bipolar disorder, which may complicate the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment process, particularly for adult patients.

Differentiating moodiness as it appears in ADHD, bipolar disorder, and similar disorders is critically important — and not always straightforward.Emotional dysregulation, while present in many conditions, shows up in different ways and in different grades of severity.

Making the distinction between characteristics of moodiness in ADHD, ODD, DMDD, and other disorders often requires studying the mood’s intensity and the degree to which it disrupts the.

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