Hallucinations Setting & Symbolism

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Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS)

Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS) is a disease in which a blind individual, who is blind due to ocular degeneration or other illness, suddenly begins seeing hallucinations.

The Prisoner's Cinema

The Prisoner's Cinema is the common hallucinatory effect of sensory deprivation, which results in brilliantly colored and varied hallucinations.

Sensory Deprivation Tanks

Sensory deprivation tanks are tanks that immerse an individual in water, total darkness, and without sound, in an effort to entice the brain into a variety of hallucinations as a result of sensory deprivation, or a lack of input to the senses.

Anosmia

Anosmia is the complete lack of ability to smell.

Parosmia

The unnatural hallucination of putrid smells is called parosmia.

Cacosmia

Hallucinations of vile smells is called cacosmia.

Lewy Body Dementia

Lewy Body dementia is a neurological disease where the brain contains an excess of proteins, which often result in visual...

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