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Re: Auditory hallucination

Posted by Caleb462 on January 7, 2003, at 16:29:21

In reply to Re: Auditory hallucination Caleb462, posted by Lou Pilder on January 7, 2003, at 12:51:22

> 1)does the music play all the time?

No. Much of the day, I have music playing in my head to some degree, but not ALWAYS. Also, it is only rare occassions in which the music becomes very vivid and loud, like last night.

> 2)does the song change?

Yes. Always different.

> 3)can you change the song?

No, not usually. Maybe to a small degree.

> 4)what causes the song to change, if it does change?

If the song changes on it's own, I don't know why... if it's something I've been listening to, and I listen to a different song.. then it might change to the new song.

> 5)is the song(s) instrumental or are there voices singing?


> 6) Is the music evrything except [rock-n-roll] or do you hear [rock-n-roll music]?

Everything, including rock and roll.

> 7)Is the music off-key or "perfect"?

The constant, not very loud version of the music is usually "perfect". The more hallucinatory type music, like last night, seems to be somewhat off key.

> 8)do you have any musical training ?

No training, but I fool around with the guitar on my own.

> 9)did any of your family practice a musical instrument while you were in the house growing up?


> 10)do you ever hear "bells" or "birds" in your music?

I don't believe I hear "bells" or "birds"... but odd sounds, "clicks", "beeps".. sometimes muffled voices... seem to occur occasionally and seem removed from the music.

> 11) is there a flute in your music that you hear?


> 12) can you mask the music or does it rise above any attempts to [drown it out]?

I usually cannot mask the music.

> 13) does the music interfere with your sleep?

To a mild degree.

> 14) Did you take a mood and/or mind-altering drug shortly before the music started?

Nothing other than Effexor XR and Risperdal.




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