I have a question about Mental Conditions.
Im a 14 year old girl and I hear voices in my head, I hear them at random times of the day. At first it was a women calling my name, then I heard my family whispering my name in my ears.
and sometimes I hear people whispering things but cant understand what they are saying.
Im concerned about why I hear voices, I understand they are not real and that My subconcious is creating the voices.
but I have read about people who have a similar situation and they later find out they have schizophrenia.
Why do I hear voices, thats the question i want to ask you.
Have I got some kind of mental condition or is it my mental state that i am in.
As long as you are aware that the voices are not "real", you aren't experiencing schizophrenia. Not-existing perceptions (tactile, olfactory, visual or audio) are called hallucinations. False perceptions are called illusions. Both hallucinations and illusions are present schizophrenia. But during schizophrenia, the person believes that the not-existing and false perceptions are real. Nonetheless, you can consult an expert psychiatrist about your condition and request help.
Hey I am a 14 year old girl and a somewhat similar thing happens to me. Its very strange, because I am not hearingactual voices, a random sentence will just pop intomy head, but I hear no noise. They are usually about the going ons of the day, but I am concerned. I have been told by doctors that I have issues with anxiety, stress, rapidly changing moods, and sucidal thoughts. Ialsodont sleep much and get dizzy often. I have only been experiencing the "random sentences" problem recently, and before I only heard them when I was half asleep. Am i crazy or stressed?
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