Lifestyle regularity and cyclothymic symptomatology.

@article{Shen2008LifestyleRA,
  title={Lifestyle regularity and cyclothymic symptomatology.},
  author={Gail H C Shen and Louisa G Sylvia and Lauren B. Alloy and Fred Barrett and Melissa Kohner and Brian M. Iacoviello and Ana Mills},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={64 4},
  pages={
          482-500
        }
}
The social zeitgeber theory emphasizes the importance that social rhythm regularity may play in promoting internal synchronization of circadian rhythms in individuals with or at risk for bipolar spectrum disorders. This study examined the relationship of lifestyle regularity, affective symptomatology, and sleep in 71 individuals exhibiting cyclothymic mood and behavior patterns. Participants were randomly assigned to either an experimental group in which they were encouraged to regulate their… CONTINUE READING

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