The Crazy World of Visual Hallucinations

By Admin, April 26, 2013


In simplest terms, a hallucination is the perception of something that is not actually there. Medical literature defines a hallucination as a perception without a corresponding stimulus. Hallucinations can take the form of sound or voices, smells, tastes, visions, or even physical sensations. Visual hallucinations can be as complex as seeing a piece of furniture move or a group of people dancing.


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