Literature Review On Hallucination

844 Words4 Pages
HALLUCINATION LITERATURE REVIEW.
The medical model of disease in the mainstream psychiatry of hallucination is based on the psychotic disorder, mental illness, hallucination or psychosis while the other model are about the diverse of philosophies in the worldview by attribute the psychiatric symptoms to varied origins and some of the supernatural or spiritual activities. (Murphy, 2000)Hallucination has many causes, it could be a mental illness called schizophrenia or a problem with a nervous system like Parkinson`s disease. Hallucination is linked to psychosis that affects some people with Parkinson’s disease. When the psychosis goes through the meaning of hallucination, the persons who have experienced it and attached to a psychotic disorder
…show more content…
Seeing or hallucinate thing or shape are called a visual hallucination. “Gustatory hallucination for taste”, “Olfactory hallucination for smell” and “Tactical hallucination for feeling”. That is the type of hallucination. When someone hears his name being called off they become persecuted and oppressed. Those voices may harm the person who hallucinate it by controlling their mind to do something like the commands “kill yourself” and they will just follow the command and commit suicide. (Murphy, 2000).The destruction of live may started when the hallucination start to be persuasive and intense emotional reaction. That is why psychiatrists, therapists, and counselors consider the content and the risk of people with hallucination or someone that contact with them to avoid them from something bad. Research by the psychiatrists to the participant about the positive and negative experience about hallucination they found out most participants emphasized an evil presence during their psychotic episode, while many reported good afterward (Murphy,…show more content…
(Tanya Lewis, Staff Writer, 2015). Gray matter is the tissue that contains the bodies of nerve cells in three regions deep in the brain which is the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex, the right insula, and the left insula. Most of the part, the researchers found brain similarities among the different disorders. (Tanya Lewis, Staff Writer, 2015). For example, schizophrenia is different from the other mental-health disorders in term of the amount of gray-matter loss. Depression also one of the factor that ivolved in the shrinkage of the amygdala and hippocampus, brain regions involved in emotion and memory, respectively, the researchers found. (Tanya Lewis, Staff Writer,
Open Document