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Hearing voices when falling asleep. Could it be something serious?

Hi, I have a concern about some voices I hear occasionally when I am just falling asleep. They have been happening for about a year now, they are never anything long. Usually only one word or a few words. They have never been harsh or even negative before the other night. I usually don t even remember what I hear by the next morning. The other night right before I fell asleep I heard a voice, it sounded very scary to me and It was a male saying it s the f**king end! It scared me and I couldn t go to sleep afterwards because I was so scared. Could it be something serious? Or just in my head? Please help me!
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response

Welcome to HealthcareMagic Public Forum

First, it is important to know that these voices are not real. These voices come due to neuro chemical imbalance in brain. So, do not scared from them.

Now good treatment is available to stop these voices. You should meet nearby psychiatrist as soon as possible for relief.

I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Wish you Good Health.

Dr. Ashish Mittal
Answered: Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Psychologist Dr. K. V. Anand's  Response
Dec 2015
Thanks for posting the question

Dr. Ashish Mittal is absolutely right.
The hallucinations are like dreams.
Dreams come every night and we don't worry about them unnecessarily.
Am I correct?
These voices come due to neuro chemical imbalance in brain. So, do not scared from them.
Learn to ignore them and there they go.
Be assured.

Good Luck
Answered: Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Psychiatrist Dr. Sundar Gnanavel's  Response
Thanks for your query. The symptom of hearing voices which others cannot is referred to as "hallucinations". It requires a thorough evaluation by a psychiatrist along with evaluation of your mental state and probing for other associated symptoms. Management would be based on the evaluation by your psychiatrist.
Dr Sundar Gnanavel
Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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