When most people think of mood swings they probably associate them with the ups and downs of everyday life. People with bipolar disorder have a different experience. Their extreme moods may bear no particular relationship to what is going on around them and some aspects of high moods can even combine with low moods at the same time. Mood changes can be slow or rapid. Can mood tracking on your smartphone really help? It turns out anything that can lead to accurate detection of mood changes is a welcome contribution to someone’s mental health. For more information click here.
Smartphones in Mental Health: Detecting Depressive and Manic Episodes