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Before I start this I promise I'm not crazy.
Recently I've been seeing people's faces and eyes when it's dark or I close my eyes. It's most often 'strangers' faces and rarely I might recognise them a little bit but no one I actually know. Also (for a while now) sometimes I'll hear someone say my name. It's usually when I'm lying in bed and sometimes I recognise the voice (someone I know) and sometimes I don't.
Also I don't know if this ties in with it but when I was younger I went through a stage of seeing shadow-like people when I was in bed. They would move around and usually be on the landing outside my room but sometimes they'd come inside (ARGHH I LITERALLY SOUND INSANE I PROMISE I'M NOT). That's why from then on I made a habit of always sleeping facing the wall.
I haven't talked to anyone about it because they'll probably think I'm crazy. I don't mind answering questions about it I'd just really like to know if this is normal or not. (:
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Honestly, you’re going to want to go to a trained doctor or psychiatrist for this. Just from people I’ve been around it may be schizophrenia, sleep deprivation, sleep paralysis, or literally anything else. The best thing to do is go and see a professional about it so they can give you a diagnosis if you need one, and get treatment if you need that too. Hope that helps x
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You've got schizophrenia
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It's not insane, it's most likely caused by a recognisable condition that can be treated just by going to your GP . So I would absolutely recommend that!
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(Original post by Torigracex)
Honestly, you’re going to want to go to a trained doctor or psychiatrist for this. Just from people I’ve been around it may be schizophrenia, sleep deprivation, sleep paralysis, or literally anything else. The best thing to do is go and see a professional about it so they can give you a diagnosis if you need one, and get treatment if you need that too. Hope that helps x
Thank you <3
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(Original post by xoxAngel_Kxox)
It's not insane, it's most likely caused by a recognisable condition that can be treated just by going to your GP . So I would absolutely recommend that!
Thank you (:
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