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1(vision)alucinación feminineto have hallucinations — tener alucinaciones
- During these periods of madness, she experienced hallucinations.
- Evidence is what appears to you, even in visions and hallucinations and delusions.
- Soon, however, it can result in delusions, hallucinations, manic behaviour and extreme mood swings.
- He also reported sleep paralysis and hypnagogic hallucinations.
- The cannabis user may have a repeat experience of a previous hallucination.
- When a person has taken acid they will experience hallucinations and delusions.
- He began experiencing hallucinations and hearing voices telling him to do things.
- A hallucination is a sense perception not caused by an external stimulus.
- If these electric currents are disrupted in any way, it can cause hallucinations and false experiences.
- In addition there was no evidence of abnormal perception or any auditory hallucinations which had been a feature previously.
- Because what happens when we go to sleep is that our minds become dull and stupid and as a result, we experience a variety of hallucinations.
- It wasn't a dream, a hallucination, or a figment of my wild, childish imagination.
- He said it was not strange for long-distance runners to experience hallucinations on the trail.
- Sensory misperceptions, including hallucinations and illusions, are common in delirium.
- The treatment lasted four hours during which I experienced hallucinations and talked to people who have died.
- I realized that paranoid ideas and hallucinations contain a germ of meaning.
- They may become incontinent, experience hallucinations and become increasingly unaware of their surroundings.
- Both dreams and hallucinations involve intensive activation of the seeking system.
- Soon after starting the tramadol, he began to experience auditory hallucinations.
- Experiencing a mild hallucination of this sort is a good sign for the biographer, Geoff insists.
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