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What Are Hallucinations?

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Hallucinations involve perceiving things in the absence of stimulation. In other words, perceiving things that are not really there. A hallucination can false or distorted, but seem very real and vivid to the person experiencing it.

Hallucinations can involve any of the senses including vision, hearing, smell, touch, taste and movement. There are a number of different things that may cause hallucinations including substance abuse and schizophrenia.

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