Brain waves during different times of a Bipolar disorder
I have been diagnosed with the Bipolar disorder about 6 years ago, and you know how the internet is full of things that doesn't always tell the truth, so I want to get somethings cleared up. I only have the hyperactive and maniac sides of the bipolar disorder (the depressive side rarely appears), what are the most likely brain waves associated with this? Also I read that if you are having a spiritual experience you tend to have more theta waves, (is that nonsense?). If not how does this apply to this situaltion (I tend to get really spiritual when I get an episode). Though just to clarify things I am on my medications and have not had an episode in about 3 years, I just want more information to clarify things.
Thank you in advance...
I was dx'd with MS in 92 at UCLA. Within 5 years I was also dx'd with Bi Polar. Not sure which is worse. I'm on meds for both (about 7 in total). I think I'd rather be rid of the BP than the MS at this point!!
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