Cigarette smoking and its relationship to mood disorder symptoms and co-occurring alcohol and cannabis use disorders following first hospitalization for bipolar disorder.

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OBJECTIVES Cigarette smoking is highly prevalent among individuals with bipolar disorder (BD) and may adversely affect symptoms of the disorder, as well as the co-occurrence of other substance use disorders. However, anecdotal reports suggesting that smoking cessation caused a worsening of mood in smokers with BD have raised concerns about quitting. In the… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-5618.2012.00985.x

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@article{Heffner2012CigaretteSA, title={Cigarette smoking and its relationship to mood disorder symptoms and co-occurring alcohol and cannabis use disorders following first hospitalization for bipolar disorder.}, author={Jaimee L Heffner and Melissa P Delbello and Robert M. Anthenelli and David E Fleck and Caleb M. Adler and Stephen M. Strakowski}, journal={Bipolar disorders}, year={2012}, volume={14 1}, pages={99-108} }