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Hallucinations? - December 18th 2015, 04:37 AM

can not eating cause hallucinations? I've been hallucinating lately and I feel as though something is triggering it. I often get hallucinations but those are caused by migraines, and I haven't gotten a migraine in months. I don't think they are just all of the sudden without a trigger and I certainly haven't been having any migraines, the only thing I've been doing differently lately is not eating. Have any of you ever experienced hallucinations from not eating? Or am I going crazy?

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Re: Hallucinations? - December 18th 2015, 07:50 PM

I'm not sure. If so, it wouldn't be the most common of all reactions, but as I am not a doctor I cannot say for sure. Aside from a yes or no answer, is there anything I can help you with? I assume you wouldn't ask such a question without cause for concern.

If you are concerned that restricting yourself is causing things such as hallucinations, I would like to strongly encourage you to ask for help from a doctor, therapist or nutritionist, starting with the doctor. They can help you set up a diet that will be healthy and won't harm you one way or another. I really hope that you're ok.

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