ScienceDaily: Depression News
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When someone takes too much lithium, a medication most often used as a mood stabilizer for bipolar disorder, lithium toxicity can be the result. The result can be mild, moderate or severe, depending on the amount ingested, how long ago, and whether the patient was already taking lithium regularly. The three types of lithium toxicity are acute, chronic, and acute on chronic. This article describes each type, the possible symptoms, and the various treatments.