Fig. 2 | International Journal of Bipolar Disorders

Fig. 2

From: Blood pressure in bipolar disorder: evidence of elevated pulse pressure and associations between mean pressure and mood instability

Fig. 2

Correlations between blood pressure and mood instability. Correlation plot shows Spearman rank-order correlation matrix of mood instability variables from MZ digital questionnaire and a mean BP variables and b BPV variables measured via the coefficient of variation. Mood instability of each MZ item is estimated by the RMSSD of mood ratings. Strength and direction of correlation is indicated by colour legend. Abbreviations are as follows: Anx = anxious, Elt = elated; Enr = energetic; Ang = angry; Irr = irritable; HR = pulse rate; SBP = systolic blood pressure; DBP = diastolic blood pressure; PP = pulse pressure; MAP = mean arterial pressure. Crossed-out coefficients represent non-significant correlations (P > 0.05, FDR correction applied)

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