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    I want to know the symptoms of auditory hallucination and get more information about it.


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    It's hearing a sound that isn't actually there.

    I get auditory hallucinations before I have migraines, usually a buzzing or ringing noise that isn't actually present.


    "I almost went to bed
    without remembering
    the four white violets
    I put in the button-hole
    of your green sweater

    and how i kissed you then
    and you kissed me
    shy as though I'd
    never been your lover "
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    Quote Originally Posted by i_feel_tiredsleepy View Post
    usually a buzzing or ringing noise that isn't actually present.
    I've always associated this with Tinnitus?

    Actual hallucinations involve a distinct sense of direction/location and sensible content, (voices/music). My knowledge extends as far as knowing its primarily encountered in schizophrenia sufferers.

    I've always imagined the experience to be scary as hell.
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    I think you're right, my mistake.
    "I almost went to bed
    without remembering
    the four white violets
    I put in the button-hole
    of your green sweater

    and how i kissed you then
    and you kissed me
    shy as though I'd
    never been your lover "
    - Leonard Cohen
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    Quote Originally Posted by rustypup
    I've always imagined the experience to be scary as hell.
    Take a look at THIS thread. How would that be for scary? And there are many people going through the same kind of thing.
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    Umm...keeping in what I mostly had were hypnagogic and hypnopompic (associated with sleeping or waking up) pseudohallucinations (I reality-checked them)...
    The voices in my head that weren't auditory...well, they kept screaming at me.
    But what I would hear was...
    A slightly tinny version of television sitcom intro music...and at six...I went to see if the television was on...and it was not on.

    I also heard jazz music with a lot of horns. This was accompanied with a sensation of pressure in my ears.

    I was having rather horrible things happen, so I was going quietly psychotic in my very own special way.

    In '08, as a result of therapy-well, part of the process-auditory pseudohallucinations came back for an encore performance...the really strange thing is it was the same sitcom themes as 30 years ago, replayed perfectly!

    Sanford and Son, Fat Albert, Good Times...

    This time through, I was a lot mellower about hearing things, so I ended up figuring out that I could direct the auditory hallucinations...which was pretty cool...there was a lot of horns and cymbals involved. It only happened when I woke up.

    And then they went away...*shrug* Although in the recent recurrence I did hear a station ID once when the "radio" turned off for the day, in four part harmony, no less:
    "K...L...S...D...!"

    Real hallucinations...you don't question.

    Schizophrenic people live in a really scary world. Be glad you aren't in it, and be nice to them, their lives can be very hard.
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    I have auditory hallucination. but it is unusual. whenever i come to my house i start hearing voices. otherwise it is all quiet.
    is it really auditory hallucination or is someone up to tricks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by parag1973 View Post
    I have auditory hallucination. but it is unusual. whenever i come to my house i start hearing voices. otherwise it is all quiet.
    is it really auditory hallucination or is someone up to tricks?
    If you look around the house and no one is there...it's you.
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