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Is frequent hallucination normal Is sleep paralyisis a hallucination Iam having frequent sleep paralyisis ( multiple time a night )and hallucination. Iam on medication but still its happening to me.
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Sleep paralysis is not a hallucination, it's a state during waking or falling asleep in which person is aware but unable to move or speak and one may hallucinate(hearing one name is most common and other types of hallucination). Sleep paralysis can occur in healthy person or in narcolepsy , drug induced , can be triggered by sleep deprivation, stress etc Hypnogogic and hypnopompic can be normal or associated with other condition like sleep paralysis Even auditory hallucination are common and normal if not associated with other psychotic features.
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U need to be more elaborative so tht proper care n treatment can be given.. None of what u have mentioned above is normal.. Get Evaulated.. Tc
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When you say hallucination, what exactly do you mean ? It could also be a different phenomenon. Sleep paralysis is not hallucination. Again you need to explain what exactly you mean by the term. Better to take a consultation with the Psychiatrist  to understand these phenomena and your concerns / sufferings
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Hypnopompic and hypnogogic are normal Sleep paralysis isn't hallucination
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