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Variations in seasonal solar insolation are associated with a history of suicide attempts in bipolar I disorder

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Bauer, M, Glenn, T, Achtyes, ED, Alda, M, Agaoglu, E, Altınbaş, K, Andreassen, OA, Angelopoulos, E, Ardau, R, Vares, EA, Aydin, M, Ayhan, Y, Baethge, C, Bauer, R, Baune, BT, Balaban, C, Becerra-Palars, C, Behere, AP, Behere, PB, Belete, H, Belete, T, Belizario, GO, Bellivier, F, Belmaker, RH, Benedetti, F, Berk, M, Bersudsky, Y, Bicakci, Ş, Birabwa-Oketcho, H, Bjella, TD, Brady, C, Cabrera, J, Cappucciati, M, Castro, AMP, Chen, W-L, Cheung, EYW, Chiesa, S, Crowe, M, Cuomo, A, Dallaspezia, S, Del Zompo, M, Desai, P, Dodd, S, Donix, M, Etain, B, Fagiolini, A, Fellendorf, FT, Ferensztajn-Rochowiak, E, Fiedorowicz, JG, Fountoulakis, KN, Frye, MA, Geoffroy, PA, Gonzalez-Pinto, A, Gottlieb, JF, Grof, P, Haarman, BCM, Harima, H, Hasse-Sousa, M, Henry, C, Høffding, L, Houenou, J, Imbesi, M, Isometsä, ET, Ivkovic, M, Janno, S, Johnsen, S, Kapczinski, F, Karakatsoulis, GN, Kardell, M, Kessing, LV, Kim, SJ, König, B, Kot, TL, Koval, M, Kunz, M, Lafer, B, Landén, M, Larsen, ER, Lenger, M, Lewitzka, U, Licht, RW, Lopez-Jaramillo, C, MacKenzie, A, Madsen, HØ, Madsen, SAKA, Mahadevan, J, Mahardika, A, Manchia, M, Marsh, W, Martinez-Cengotitabengoa, M, Martiny, K, Mashima, Y, McLoughlin, DM, Meesters, Y, Melle, I, Meza-Urzúa, F, Ming, MY, Monteith, S, Moorthy, M, Morken, G, Mosca, E, Mozzhegorov, AA, Munoz, R, Mythri, SV, Nacef, F, Nadella, RK, Nakanotani, T, Nielsen, RE, O'Donovan, C, Omrani, A, Osher, Y, Ouali, U, Pantovic-Stefanovic, M, Pariwatcharakul, P, Petite, J, Pfennig, A, Ruiz, YP, Pilhatsch, M, Pinna, M, Pompili, M, Porter, R, Quiroz, D, Rabelo-da-Ponte, FD, Ramesar, R, Rasgon, N, Ratta-Apha, W, Ratzenhofer, M, Redahan, M, Reddy, MS, Reif, A, Reininghaus, EZ, Richards, JG, Ritter, P, Rybakowski, JK, Sathyaputri, L, Scippa, ÂM, Simhandl, C, Severus, E, Smith, D, Smith, J, Stackhouse, PW, Stein, DJ, Stilwell, K, Strejilevich, S, Su, K-P, Subramaniam, M, Sulaiman, AH, Suominen, K, Tanra, AJ, Tatebayashi, Y, Teh, WL, Tondo, L, Torrent, C, Tuinstra, D, Uchida, T, Vaaler, AE, Veeh, J, Vieta, E, Viswanath, B, Yoldi-Negrete, M, Yalcinkaya, OK, Young, AH, Zgueb, Y & Whybrow, PC 2021, 'Variations in seasonal solar insolation are associated with a history of suicide attempts in bipolar I disorder', International Journal of Bipolar Disorders, bind 9, nr. 1, 26. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40345-021-00231-7

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Bauer, M., Glenn, T., Achtyes, E. D., Alda, M., Agaoglu, E., Altınbaş, K., Andreassen, O. A., Angelopoulos, E., Ardau, R., Vares, E. A., Aydin, M., Ayhan, Y., Baethge, C., Bauer, R., Baune, B. T., Balaban, C., Becerra-Palars, C., Behere, A. P., Behere, P. B., ... Whybrow, P. C. (2021). Variations in seasonal solar insolation are associated with a history of suicide attempts in bipolar I disorder. International Journal of Bipolar Disorders, 9(1), [26]. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40345-021-00231-7

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Bauer M, Glenn T, Achtyes ED, Alda M, Agaoglu E, Altınbaş K, Andreassen OA, Angelopoulos E, Ardau R, Vares EA, et al. 2021. Variations in seasonal solar insolation are associated with a history of suicide attempts in bipolar I disorder. International Journal of Bipolar Disorders. 9(1):Article 26. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40345-021-00231-7

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@article{3574911712b24d20865e5dbec177396b,
title = "Variations in seasonal solar insolation are associated with a history of suicide attempts in bipolar I disorder",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: Bipolar disorder is associated with circadian disruption and a high risk of suicidal behavior. In a previous exploratory study of patients with bipolar I disorder, we found that a history of suicide attempts was associated with differences between winter and summer levels of solar insolation. The purpose of this study was to confirm this finding using international data from 42% more collection sites and 25% more countries.METHODS: Data analyzed were from 71 prior and new collection sites in 40 countries at a wide range of latitudes. The analysis included 4876 patients with bipolar I disorder, 45% more data than previously analyzed. Of the patients, 1496 (30.7%) had a history of suicide attempt. Solar insolation data, the amount of the sun's electromagnetic energy striking the surface of the earth, was obtained for each onset location (479 locations in 64 countries).RESULTS: This analysis confirmed the results of the exploratory study with the same best model and slightly better statistical significance. There was a significant inverse association between a history of suicide attempts and the ratio of mean winter insolation to mean summer insolation (mean winter insolation/mean summer insolation). This ratio is largest near the equator which has little change in solar insolation over the year, and smallest near the poles where the winter insolation is very small compared to the summer insolation. Other variables in the model associated with an increased risk of suicide attempts were a history of alcohol or substance abuse, female gender, and younger birth cohort. The winter/summer insolation ratio was also replaced with the ratio of minimum mean monthly insolation to the maximum mean monthly insolation to accommodate insolation patterns in the tropics, and nearly identical results were found. All estimated coefficients were significant at p < 0.01.CONCLUSION: A large change in solar insolation, both between winter and summer and between the minimum and maximum monthly values, may increase the risk of suicide attempts in bipolar I disorder. With frequent circadian rhythm dysfunction and suicidal behavior in bipolar disorder, greater understanding of the optimal roles of daylight and electric lighting in circadian entrainment is needed.",
author = "Michael Bauer and Tasha Glenn and Achtyes, {Eric D} and Martin Alda and Esen Agaoglu and K{\"u}r{\c s}at Altınba{\c s} and Andreassen, {Ole A} and Elias Angelopoulos and Raffaella Ardau and Vares, {Edgar Arrua} and Memduha Aydin and Yavuz Ayhan and Christopher Baethge and Rita Bauer and Baune, {Bernhard T} and Ceylan Balaban and Claudia Becerra-Palars and Behere, {Aniruddh P} and Behere, {Prakash B} and Habte Belete and Tilahun Belete and Belizario, {Gabriel Okawa} and Frank Bellivier and Belmaker, {Robert H} and Francesco Benedetti and Michael Berk and Yuly Bersudsky and {\c S}ule Bicakci and Harriet Birabwa-Oketcho and Bjella, {Thomas D} and Conan Brady and Jorge Cabrera and Marco Cappucciati and Castro, {Angela Marianne Paredes} and Wei-Ling Chen and Cheung, {Eric Y Wo} and Silvia Chiesa and Marie Crowe and Alessandro Cuomo and Sara Dallaspezia and {Del Zompo}, Maria and Pratikkumar Desai and Seetal Dodd and Markus Donix and Bruno Etain and Andrea Fagiolini and Fellendorf, {Frederike T} and Ewa Ferensztajn-Rochowiak and Fiedorowicz, {Jess G} and Fountoulakis, {Kostas N} and Frye, {Mark A} and Geoffroy, {Pierre A} and Ana Gonzalez-Pinto and Gottlieb, {John F} and Paul Grof and Haarman, {Bartholomeus C M} and Hirohiko Harima and Mathias Hasse-Sousa and Chantal Henry and Lone H{\o}ffding and Josselin Houenou and Massimiliano Imbesi and Isomets{\"a}, {Erkki T} and Maja Ivkovic and Sven Janno and Simon Johnsen and Fl{\'a}vio Kapczinski and Karakatsoulis, {Gregory N} and Mathias Kardell and Kessing, {Lars Vedel} and Kim, {Seong Jae} and Barbara K{\"o}nig and Kot, {Timur L} and Michael Koval and Mauricio Kunz and Beny Lafer and Mikael Land{\'e}n and Larsen, {Erik R} and Melanie Lenger and Ute Lewitzka and Licht, {Rasmus W} and Carlos Lopez-Jaramillo and Alan MacKenzie and Madsen, {Helle {\O}stergaard} and Madsen, {Simone Alberte Kongstad A} and Jayant Mahadevan and Agustine Mahardika and Mirko Manchia and Wendy Marsh and Monica Martinez-Cengotitabengoa and Klaus Martiny and Yuki Mashima and McLoughlin, {Declan M} and Ybe Meesters and Ingrid Melle and F{\'a}tima Meza-Urz{\'u}a and Ming, {Mok Yee} and Scott Monteith and Muthukumaran Moorthy and Gunnar Morken and Enrica Mosca and Mozzhegorov, {Anton A} and Rodrigo Munoz and Mythri, {Starlin V} and Fethi Nacef and Nadella, {Ravi K} and Takako Nakanotani and Nielsen, {Ren{\'e} Ernst} and Claire O'Donovan and Adel Omrani and Yamima Osher and Uta Ouali and Maja Pantovic-Stefanovic and Pornjira Pariwatcharakul and Joanne Petite and Andrea Pfennig and Ruiz, {Yolanda Pica} and Maximilian Pilhatsch and Marco Pinna and Maurizio Pompili and Richard Porter and Danilo Quiroz and Rabelo-da-Ponte, {Francisco Diego} and Raj Ramesar and Natalie Rasgon and Woraphat Ratta-Apha and Michaela Ratzenhofer and Maria Redahan and Reddy, {M S} and Andreas Reif and Reininghaus, {Eva Z} and Richards, {Jenny Gringer} and Philipp Ritter and Rybakowski, {Janusz K} and Leela Sathyaputri and Scippa, {{\^A}ngela M} and Christian Simhandl and Emanuel Severus and Daniel Smith and Jos{\'e} Smith and Stackhouse, {Paul W} and Stein, {Dan J} and Kellen Stilwell and Sergio Strejilevich and Kuan-Pin Su and Mythily Subramaniam and Sulaiman, {Ahmad Hatim} and Kirsi Suominen and Tanra, {Andi J} and Yoshitaka Tatebayashi and Teh, {Wen Lin} and Leonardo Tondo and Carla Torrent and Daniel Tuinstra and Takahito Uchida and Vaaler, {Arne E} and Julia Veeh and Eduard Vieta and Biju Viswanath and Maria Yoldi-Negrete and Yalcinkaya, {Oguz Kaan} and Young, {Allan H} and Yosra Zgueb and Whybrow, {Peter C}",
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T1 - Variations in seasonal solar insolation are associated with a history of suicide attempts in bipolar I disorder

AU - Bauer, Michael

AU - Glenn, Tasha

AU - Achtyes, Eric D

AU - Alda, Martin

AU - Agaoglu, Esen

AU - Altınbaş, Kürşat

AU - Andreassen, Ole A

AU - Angelopoulos, Elias

AU - Ardau, Raffaella

AU - Vares, Edgar Arrua

AU - Aydin, Memduha

AU - Ayhan, Yavuz

AU - Baethge, Christopher

AU - Bauer, Rita

AU - Baune, Bernhard T

AU - Balaban, Ceylan

AU - Becerra-Palars, Claudia

AU - Behere, Aniruddh P

AU - Behere, Prakash B

AU - Belete, Habte

AU - Belete, Tilahun

AU - Belizario, Gabriel Okawa

AU - Bellivier, Frank

AU - Belmaker, Robert H

AU - Benedetti, Francesco

AU - Berk, Michael

AU - Bersudsky, Yuly

AU - Bicakci, Şule

AU - Birabwa-Oketcho, Harriet

AU - Bjella, Thomas D

AU - Brady, Conan

AU - Cabrera, Jorge

AU - Cappucciati, Marco

AU - Castro, Angela Marianne Paredes

AU - Chen, Wei-Ling

AU - Cheung, Eric Y Wo

AU - Chiesa, Silvia

AU - Crowe, Marie

AU - Cuomo, Alessandro

AU - Dallaspezia, Sara

AU - Del Zompo, Maria

AU - Desai, Pratikkumar

AU - Dodd, Seetal

AU - Donix, Markus

AU - Etain, Bruno

AU - Fagiolini, Andrea

AU - Fellendorf, Frederike T

AU - Ferensztajn-Rochowiak, Ewa

AU - Fiedorowicz, Jess G

AU - Fountoulakis, Kostas N

AU - Frye, Mark A

AU - Geoffroy, Pierre A

AU - Gonzalez-Pinto, Ana

AU - Gottlieb, John F

AU - Grof, Paul

AU - Haarman, Bartholomeus C M

AU - Harima, Hirohiko

AU - Hasse-Sousa, Mathias

AU - Henry, Chantal

AU - Høffding, Lone

AU - Houenou, Josselin

AU - Imbesi, Massimiliano

AU - Isometsä, Erkki T

AU - Ivkovic, Maja

AU - Janno, Sven

AU - Johnsen, Simon

AU - Kapczinski, Flávio

AU - Karakatsoulis, Gregory N

AU - Kardell, Mathias

AU - Kessing, Lars Vedel

AU - Kim, Seong Jae

AU - König, Barbara

AU - Kot, Timur L

AU - Koval, Michael

AU - Kunz, Mauricio

AU - Lafer, Beny

AU - Landén, Mikael

AU - Larsen, Erik R

AU - Lenger, Melanie

AU - Lewitzka, Ute

AU - Licht, Rasmus W

AU - Lopez-Jaramillo, Carlos

AU - MacKenzie, Alan

AU - Madsen, Helle Østergaard

AU - Madsen, Simone Alberte Kongstad A

AU - Mahadevan, Jayant

AU - Mahardika, Agustine

AU - Manchia, Mirko

AU - Marsh, Wendy

AU - Martinez-Cengotitabengoa, Monica

AU - Martiny, Klaus

AU - Mashima, Yuki

AU - McLoughlin, Declan M

AU - Meesters, Ybe

AU - Melle, Ingrid

AU - Meza-Urzúa, Fátima

AU - Ming, Mok Yee

AU - Monteith, Scott

AU - Moorthy, Muthukumaran

AU - Morken, Gunnar

AU - Mosca, Enrica

AU - Mozzhegorov, Anton A

AU - Munoz, Rodrigo

AU - Mythri, Starlin V

AU - Nacef, Fethi

AU - Nadella, Ravi K

AU - Nakanotani, Takako

AU - Nielsen, René Ernst

AU - O'Donovan, Claire

AU - Omrani, Adel

AU - Osher, Yamima

AU - Ouali, Uta

AU - Pantovic-Stefanovic, Maja

AU - Pariwatcharakul, Pornjira

AU - Petite, Joanne

AU - Pfennig, Andrea

AU - Ruiz, Yolanda Pica

AU - Pilhatsch, Maximilian

AU - Pinna, Marco

AU - Pompili, Maurizio

AU - Porter, Richard

AU - Quiroz, Danilo

AU - Rabelo-da-Ponte, Francisco Diego

AU - Ramesar, Raj

AU - Rasgon, Natalie

AU - Ratta-Apha, Woraphat

AU - Ratzenhofer, Michaela

AU - Redahan, Maria

AU - Reddy, M S

AU - Reif, Andreas

AU - Reininghaus, Eva Z

AU - Richards, Jenny Gringer

AU - Ritter, Philipp

AU - Rybakowski, Janusz K

AU - Sathyaputri, Leela

AU - Scippa, Ângela M

AU - Simhandl, Christian

AU - Severus, Emanuel

AU - Smith, Daniel

AU - Smith, José

AU - Stackhouse, Paul W

AU - Stein, Dan J

AU - Stilwell, Kellen

AU - Strejilevich, Sergio

AU - Su, Kuan-Pin

AU - Subramaniam, Mythily

AU - Sulaiman, Ahmad Hatim

AU - Suominen, Kirsi

AU - Tanra, Andi J

AU - Tatebayashi, Yoshitaka

AU - Teh, Wen Lin

AU - Tondo, Leonardo

AU - Torrent, Carla

AU - Tuinstra, Daniel

AU - Uchida, Takahito

AU - Vaaler, Arne E

AU - Veeh, Julia

AU - Vieta, Eduard

AU - Viswanath, Biju

AU - Yoldi-Negrete, Maria

AU - Yalcinkaya, Oguz Kaan

AU - Young, Allan H

AU - Zgueb, Yosra

AU - Whybrow, Peter C

N1 - © 2021. The Author(s).

PY - 2021/9/1

Y1 - 2021/9/1

N2 - BACKGROUND: Bipolar disorder is associated with circadian disruption and a high risk of suicidal behavior. In a previous exploratory study of patients with bipolar I disorder, we found that a history of suicide attempts was associated with differences between winter and summer levels of solar insolation. The purpose of this study was to confirm this finding using international data from 42% more collection sites and 25% more countries.METHODS: Data analyzed were from 71 prior and new collection sites in 40 countries at a wide range of latitudes. The analysis included 4876 patients with bipolar I disorder, 45% more data than previously analyzed. Of the patients, 1496 (30.7%) had a history of suicide attempt. Solar insolation data, the amount of the sun's electromagnetic energy striking the surface of the earth, was obtained for each onset location (479 locations in 64 countries).RESULTS: This analysis confirmed the results of the exploratory study with the same best model and slightly better statistical significance. There was a significant inverse association between a history of suicide attempts and the ratio of mean winter insolation to mean summer insolation (mean winter insolation/mean summer insolation). This ratio is largest near the equator which has little change in solar insolation over the year, and smallest near the poles where the winter insolation is very small compared to the summer insolation. Other variables in the model associated with an increased risk of suicide attempts were a history of alcohol or substance abuse, female gender, and younger birth cohort. The winter/summer insolation ratio was also replaced with the ratio of minimum mean monthly insolation to the maximum mean monthly insolation to accommodate insolation patterns in the tropics, and nearly identical results were found. All estimated coefficients were significant at p < 0.01.CONCLUSION: A large change in solar insolation, both between winter and summer and between the minimum and maximum monthly values, may increase the risk of suicide attempts in bipolar I disorder. With frequent circadian rhythm dysfunction and suicidal behavior in bipolar disorder, greater understanding of the optimal roles of daylight and electric lighting in circadian entrainment is needed.

AB - BACKGROUND: Bipolar disorder is associated with circadian disruption and a high risk of suicidal behavior. In a previous exploratory study of patients with bipolar I disorder, we found that a history of suicide attempts was associated with differences between winter and summer levels of solar insolation. The purpose of this study was to confirm this finding using international data from 42% more collection sites and 25% more countries.METHODS: Data analyzed were from 71 prior and new collection sites in 40 countries at a wide range of latitudes. The analysis included 4876 patients with bipolar I disorder, 45% more data than previously analyzed. Of the patients, 1496 (30.7%) had a history of suicide attempt. Solar insolation data, the amount of the sun's electromagnetic energy striking the surface of the earth, was obtained for each onset location (479 locations in 64 countries).RESULTS: This analysis confirmed the results of the exploratory study with the same best model and slightly better statistical significance. There was a significant inverse association between a history of suicide attempts and the ratio of mean winter insolation to mean summer insolation (mean winter insolation/mean summer insolation). This ratio is largest near the equator which has little change in solar insolation over the year, and smallest near the poles where the winter insolation is very small compared to the summer insolation. Other variables in the model associated with an increased risk of suicide attempts were a history of alcohol or substance abuse, female gender, and younger birth cohort. The winter/summer insolation ratio was also replaced with the ratio of minimum mean monthly insolation to the maximum mean monthly insolation to accommodate insolation patterns in the tropics, and nearly identical results were found. All estimated coefficients were significant at p < 0.01.CONCLUSION: A large change in solar insolation, both between winter and summer and between the minimum and maximum monthly values, may increase the risk of suicide attempts in bipolar I disorder. With frequent circadian rhythm dysfunction and suicidal behavior in bipolar disorder, greater understanding of the optimal roles of daylight and electric lighting in circadian entrainment is needed.

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U2 - 10.1186/s40345-021-00231-7

DO - 10.1186/s40345-021-00231-7

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 34467430

VL - 9

JO - International Journal of Bipolar Disorders

JF - International Journal of Bipolar Disorders

SN - 2194-7511

IS - 1

M1 - 26

ER -

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