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Hallucinate PsychologicallyPlay
Often related to drug use or mental health conditions, indicating altered perception. SlidePatients with schizophrenia may hallucinate voices speaking to them.
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Sensory ExperiencePlay
Hallucination involves senses like sight and hearing, but not touch or taste. SlideIf you hallucinate smells, it's likely something only you can sense.
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Temporary PhenomenonPlay
Hallucination is usually a short-term experience, not a long-lasting condition. SlideThe desert heat caused travelers to hallucinate an oasis.