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Regular exercise is an important part of recovery from bipolar disorder. It is known to improve and stabilize moods by increasing serotonin, a brain chemical. Try to include cardiovascular exercise like walking or running to get the heart pumping. You will feel better after a work out.

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It's been a week since I returned home from my conference in Irvine. I have put out another Newsletter and my second fund drive appeal, and caught up on some email but not all of it. Plus, for BipolarConnect, I cranked out two blogs, an Ask the Expert Patient feature, and two quizzes that should appear shortly. Yesterday (Saturday) I played…

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