Omega-3 fish oil might reduce bipolar disorder because it fights inflammation and calms the nerves.

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Omega Fatty Acids For Bipolar Disorder

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Can Omega-3 help for Bipolar Disorder?

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- Shakeri, J., Khanegi, M., Golshani, S., Farnia, V., Tatari, F., Alikhani, M., Nooripour, R., & Ghezelbash, M. S. (2016). Effects of Omega-3 Supplement in the Treatment of Patients with Bipolar I Disorder. International journal of preventive medicine, 7, 77.

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