Biotype creative tendenciesDoctors William Walsh, PhD, (2006, 2007) and Carl C Pfeiffer, (1987, 1988), who have overseen nutrient-based treatment of approximately 20,000 psych patients each, have noted particular types of creativity associated with biotype.
Histapenia. Artistic or musical interest/creativity. (Pfeiffer 87, 88, Walsh 2006)
Histadelia. Often perfectionist, competitive, compulsively productive and creative, highly accomplished (Pfeiffer); and frequently excels in science, business, and left brain activity. (Walsh)
Pyroluria. Pfeiffer has stated that pyrolurics are among his most original patients and that many great people were pyroluric, despite the mental anguish and physical deterioration caused by the illness.
For descriptions of these biotypes, corresponding nutrients, and relevance to bipolar, see my book, Natural Healing for Bipolar Disorder.
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This is the third in a series on bipolar and creativity.