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Here we look at the difference between bipolar and ADHD, both mental disorders. Comparing the differences between what each disorder affects. ADHD impairs executive functioning skills while Bipolar results in severe mood swings along with varying energy and activity levels. This infographic goes on to look at the symptoms of each disease both of which are quite different yet affect people to a similar level making it difficult to cope. ADHD is a lot more common affecting between 7-12% of the population whereas Bipolar only affects about 2.6%, which although smaller, still makes it a commonly known disorder. This simple infographic breaks down the main differences between both disorders and details how they are both very different from each other.

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