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Published 23.11.2019 by

Hallucination

Kazrale

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  1. Faektilar said:
    1. a sensory experience of something that does not exist outside the mind, caused by various physical and mental disorders, or by reaction to certain toxic substances, and usu. manifested as visual or auditory images. 2. the sensation caused by a hallucinatory condition or the object or scene visualized.
    25.11.2019
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  2. Gosho said:
    Jun 21,  · Hallucinations have been defined as the "perception of a nonexistent object or event" and "sensory experiences that are not caused by stimulation of the relevant sensory organs." In layman's terms, hallucinations involve hearing, seeing, feeling, smelling, or .
    29.11.2019
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  3. Maushura said:
    "A sum of tons of narcotics and hallucinating drugs have been discovered in the country in the first half of the month of Farvardin (March April 4) which shows 40% increase compared with the same period last year that was tons," Deputy Head of Iran's Anti .
    29.11.2019
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  4. Braktilar said:
    Make sure the hallucination really isn't based in reality. If someone with dementia insists they saw a man at the window, make sure no one actually happened to be outside. Offer reassurance. Let someone with dementia-related hallucinations know you will check in on them frequently. If they live in a care facility, explain to staff and.
    02.12.2019
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  5. Duran said:
    A hallucination involves the senses and feels real but is not. A delusion is a false belief that persists in spite of evidence. Neither is always cause for concern, but when experienced should lead to medical and mental health evaluations.
    24.11.2019
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  6. Arajind said:
    A hallucination is anything that can be sensed but is not real. A hallucinated smell, taste, vision, or sound is only experienced in a person’s mind and not by others.
    29.11.2019
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  7. Bazahn said:
    Hallucination, the experience of perceiving objects or events that do not have an external source, such as hearing one’s name called by a voice that no one else seems to hear. A hallucination is distinguished from an illusion, which is a misinterpretation of an actual stimulus.
    28.11.2019
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  8. Daikree said:
    Hallucination definition is - a sensory perception (such as a visual image or a sound) that occurs in the absence of an actual external stimulus and usually arises from neurological disturbance (such as that associated with delirium tremens, schizophrenia, Parkinson's disease, or narcolepsy) or in response to drugs (such as LSD or phencyclidine).
    03.12.2019
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