it's called auditory hallucinations or psychosis
Yes. Medication for generalised psychosis is often helpful in treating auditory hallucinations, especially when the hallucinations are in the form of voices. Different types of therapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), also help with auditory hallucinations.
Auditory hallucinations during schizophrenia can be perceived as either out loud or inside of the head.
Schizophrenic hallucinations can be either. However, most schizophrenics report predominantly or entirely auditory hallucinations.
Hearing voices in ones' head when no one is actually talking is known in medicine as an auditory hallucination. These auditory hallucinations can take on many different forms. Sometimes, the voices are indistinguishable from each other, and can be numerous. Often, the voices are heard clearly to say demeaning and derrogatory things about the victim of these hallucinations, and are then called persecutory auditory hallucinations.These hallucinations are one of the hallmarks of the condition known as psychosis, and can indicate an underlying psychiatric disorder like schizophrenia. The sufferer of such auditory hallucinations should seek a physician's help as soon as possible.
Auditory or visual hallucinations are intense, sometimes terrifying experineces at the beginning or end of a sleep period.
Repeated use of of cocaine or Adderall at high dosages for a long period of time greatly increases the risk of psychosis, which can include visual and auditory hallucinations.
Some symptoms of Paranoid schizophrenia include auditory hallucinations, anger, delusions, and emotional distance. The most obvious of these are auditory hallucinations and delusions.
Typically characterized by delusions, paranoia, and auditory and/or visual hallucinations, not to be confused with autism. Difficult to diagnose because of a child's imagination, and differentiated from schizophrenia- which has an early adult-hood onset. May also have a separate etiology as psychosis in adulthood and adolescence. See the DSM-IV for more info.
That would be auditory hallucinations and olfactory hallucinations respectively.
Yes, depending on the dosage, LSD can cause physical, auditory, and visual hallucinations respectivly.