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Auditory Hallucinations

Discussion in 'Neurological/Neuro-sensory' started by Yocheved, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. consuegra

    consuegra Senior Member

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    Read Oliver Sachs' Hallucinations.

    You'll feel better.
     
  2. November Girl

    November Girl Senior Member

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    This is very much like my normal experience - thankfully not all the time!
     
  3. November Girl

    November Girl Senior Member

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    Full auditory hallucinations, i.e. not off in the distance, can indicate seizures also. For 20 years my seizure disorder was only partially controlled. I didn't realize that many of the bizarre things my brain did were actually seizure related. A CFS brain is batty enough all on its own. One of the most common occurrences is the perception that a leg or arm is suddenly much larger than it actually is. Very weird!
     

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