Hallucinations And Excessive Delusional Effects?
, I want to ask, my friend often fantasizes when someone is called must be repeatedly or not focus on the real world. Well, he often said that if he imagined he was debating with his friend or was just shouting but just a delusion and he realized if it was just an illusion. It’s as if he is watching a movie that he controls himself. Is that not dangerous? Can I ask for advice?
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Schizophrenia is a type of psychiatric disorder where a person has difficulty distinguishing what is real and what is not real. To your friend, even though he often fantasizes, if he can still distinguish that the fantasy is not real, chances are he is not experiencing schizophrenia. Your friend may experience a disorder, but not as heavy as schizophrenia. If your friend meets with a mental health specialist (psychiatrist), he will undergo a test to determine whether his delusional habits are still within normal limits or not. Basically, if this habit does not interfere with his activities or sleep, he does not need to come for treatment. However, if he is disturbed, there are several therapeutic options that he can undergo. The psychiatrist will determine what therapy is appropriate for your friend after your friend is examined. Sometimes, people who often fantasize can also experience a variety of psychological disorders, such as depression or obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). If he experiences signs of the disorder, he should immediately see a psychiatrist.
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