What is brain wave amplitude?

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Brainwaves are electrical impulses in the brain… Delta brainwaves (1-3 Hz) are the slowest, highest amplitude brain waves, and are what we experience when we are asleep. In general, different levels of awareness are associated with dominant brainwave states.

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