Hallucinations are a serious indicator of a person’s mental health, and they may also be symptoms of Parkinson or Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, and brain tumors. Watching things, smelling and listening to sounds that do not exist in reality are part of the hallucinations.
What types of hallucinations exist?
Things that are not real – this is a visual hallucination, it can take only a few seconds, and it can last for hours.
Sounds that others do not hear – audible hallucination occurs when a person hears a sound that can come from the environment or from his head.
The smell that only you feel – olfactory hallucination is when a person will feel the smell he believes comes from near or from him, and there is no source of that scent.
Strange taste in the mouth – this hallucination occurs when food has a strange taste for that person.
Feeling something that is not there – the best example of tactile hallucination is when a person feels that someone is following him, and no one is near.
Hallucinations occur if you suffer from schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, migraine, brain tumor, Charles Bonnet syndrome, epilepsy. If you have hallucinations, you should immediately contact your doctor.