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I hear loud crashes, explosions, and voice chatter when falling asleep & when awake. What is this?
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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: A sign to go see Dr.
If a person hears noises and voices that are not really there, they are called auditory hallucinations.
One should be sure they are not real noises, such as a neighbor's tv set. Any person with hallucinations should pack up any medicines or supplements he uses, and go see his doctor for a full evaluation. It would be wise to have a reliable friend or relative drive him to his appointment.

In brief: A sign to go see Dr.
If a person hears noises and voices that are not really there, they are called auditory hallucinations.
One should be sure they are not real noises, such as a neighbor's tv set. Any person with hallucinations should pack up any medicines or supplements he uses, and go see his doctor for a full evaluation. It would be wise to have a reliable friend or relative drive him to his appointment.
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