Oneirophrenia

Oneirophrenia (from the Greek words “ὄνειρος” (oneiros, “dream”) and “φρήν” (phrēn, “mind”)) is a hallucinatory, dream-like state caused by several conditions such as prolonged sleep deprivation, sensory deprivation, or drugs (such as ibogaine).

 

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Wiki Number: PW141
Diagnosis: Oneirophrenia
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Brain Area: An insulin-agonist (substitute) may have been in the blood during psychosis,because glucose injections take longer to help
Symptoms: an hallucinatory dream-like state caused by sleep-or-sensory deprivation or drugs; leads to confusion and clouding of consciousness
Progression: Half of schizophrenic patients have usually had an oneiorphrinia experience at least once.
Causes: The hallucinations can be like schizophrenia, but the information from the senses is left intact, unlike schizophrenia.
Medications: There is no known, current treatment. According to Wikipedia, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, 2013, may no longer list it.
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