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Understanding Hallucinations is Not as Easy as 123

There are reasons why some people experience hallucinations. People that suffer from hallucinations may have Parkinson’s disease, seizures, Schizophrenia, certain types of epilepsy, and even brain tumors. Understanding about these types of concerns is not as easy as 1,2,3. There might be other reasons why someone may suffer from hallucinations, but I have not read about them as of right now. Read the information on the link here for more information.

The world of hallucinations can turn lives upside down.  People that suffer from this condition really believe that what they see or hear is for real. Trying to help make sense of what they think they are seeing or hearing can be more than a little stressful.

Experience

I want to shine some light on this topic because I know someone that may be hallucinating. His loved ones are trying to find out the cause behind his strange behavior. Recently this person accused another person of something that was unlike another person’s character.  Now, this strange behavior has caused the accused to become troubled.

My opinion

I think it could be from his Schizophrenia condition that he suffers from daily, or a different type of this condition. This person is a loving person most of the time. He cares about people, so for him to start acting strangely is the reason for concern. People that suffer from Schizophrenia act strangely some of the time. The person behind my concerns has never hallucinated before to my knowledge. Trying to cope with such a condition needs to be understood before better days can happen. Most people that suffer from this condition often become paranoid in the blink of an eye. Read more about coping with a paranoid person from the link here.

He could have Schizoaffective, but I am not sure. Here is a link to this condition that affects the mind.

Read about Auditory hallucinations here.

Update

I just found out that this person is doing great. He talked to someone from the church he belongs to and now feels a lot better. All people need to be understood for the person that they are.

What do you think?

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  1. It is exceedingly difficult to provide an objective assessment of a subjective event, even when perception has not been altered. When hallucinations are involved, simple is not a term I would use. I tend to favor “practically impossible”

  2. Your awareness is amazing, LaJenna. I have personally also been in direct contact with some such cases since I was young, at that time on some friends most cases occurred because they were not ready and not strong enough mentally and spiritually to learn about the occult. Today even some friends and colleagues also experience the disorder with a cause that I have not known. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience on this subject.

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