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Offline Dpunicorn

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Hallucinations type events terrifying me.
« on: February 16, 2014, 02:01:29 AM »
Ok so I've had a horrible month. Severe dissociation and confusion. Panic attacks every night. And today I ended up in the er because of a really intense and terrifying panic attack. My life is a very confusing and stressful scary experience. Anyways they gave me some Ativan and it really relaxes me and make me feel calm but I think I'm experiencing some weird side effect from it. When I got home I was really tired so I tried to go to sleep but everytime I close my eyes I see very vivid and detailed image sometimes it's a full scale landscape or sometime it's just a shape or weird lines or something. Any ideas on what it is. It's really scaring me.
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Offline Cuchculan

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Re: Hallucinations type events terrifying me.
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2014, 05:43:21 AM »
I am doubting very much that it was the medication that had that sort of effect on you. I am learning more towards the fact that you were very tired. There is such a thing as micro naps. This is were a person can fall asleep for a whole second. Very short time. But during a micro nap you can actually dream. Think of sleeping for a second. Having a quick dream. Wakening up. You would have never thought that you actually fell asleep. Thus you imagine what you saw to be a hallucination. Now if tired enough you can have a few micro naps. All lasting for a second or just a bit longer. All bringing with them dreams. I would be more inclined to think that might be what happened to you. Just let us know if you have any more. When outside the house and not resting up.
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