mood swing


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TEHRAN (FNA)- An experimental smartphone app analyzes changes in vocal patterns to predict the early signs of a bipolar mood swing.
So a mood swing is any sudden shift in disposition that, if not persistent or irrational, is considered completely normal.
The worst mood swing was when the judge began to read the charges against him,' Mr Chalabi said.
Then NBC acquired Bravo and began spending some money on promotion, and suddenly the channel that had become famous for double-teaming Cirque du Soleil specials with Cher concerts burst through its closet door with a ferocious splintering worthy of the Hulk in a mood swing.
Ring Around the Rosie (1993) is a reflection on the AIDS crisis; Mood Swing (1994) comments on society's frenetic pace and the widespread use of antidepressants; and his most recent work, Channeling, took on the media's impact on American culture.
In Mood Swing, the dancers lurch, often audibly, from laughter to lethargy, excitement to anger.
9) Reactive aggression is common among children with ADHD and ODD and typically begins as a mood swing that escalates into reactive aggressive behavior.
Satire seems a natural for his impish wit and gift for precise movement, and Mood Swing satirizes the manic-depressive quality of modern society, using often hectic Jazz Age clarinet music by Morton Gould.
The sixth of the commissions, David Parson's Mood Swing, was unveiled by Pennsylvania Ballet last fall, and Mr.
Those who have had teenagers or will have teenagers just start to get the cold sweats thinking about the next mood swing that's going to come at you at 100 miles per hour.
man flu and mood swings I felt his joy at going ahead, anguish at trailing, and joy again with a late equaliser.
While bipolar and borderline personality disorder have similar symptoms - such as extreme mood swings - that can oft confuse the two, they're completely different conditions that have their own unique treatments.