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This has been on my mind for a few months but it recently got worse and, having a lack of friends, I thought I would ask here.

Basically, if I put my head under the shower or fill the bath or some other kind of noisy situation, I hear screaming. Not screaming in fear but in anger at me. I hear my name mostly but also things like "get the hell over here" and "what the **** are you doing" kind of things.

It also happens when I am digging around in the back of the fridge or if I set the tv volume too high.



I just wanted to know if I'm crazy or whether this happens to other people?
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yzanne
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Can't say this happens to me - I'm not a professional but I would advise you look deeper into this. Have you had any previous traumatic experiences in which these lines have been said to you? Do you feel scared of someone / something / a situation? Do you lead a happy life?

Of course there will be people who will be able to diagnose you if it's a serious, mentally debilitating issue but for now I would advise you to try and figure it out a little more. For starters, are these voices clear and are they actual people or is it just your conscience talking to you / your mind replaying a scene?

Don't worry too much for now I would suggest until you've figured these things out.
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wtffff that’s bloody terrifying. get some help hun omfg
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You're unconsciously forcing yourself to hear those things and trying to create some kind of out-the-world phenomenon. When in reality, it's just you playing tricks on yourself without knowing that you are.
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its called musical ear sydrome. check it up
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There could be a number of factors causing this and it is not always psychosis. If it's causing you distress, then see a GP.

I get hypnagogic visual and auditory hallucinations when in bed, which happens from time to time in a significant proportion of the population, but mine was attributed to medication (antidepressants) , short term insomnia and anxiety.
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Definitely not normal, you should probably look for professional help.
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