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The Dream. Len Engst. If others don't share your experiences or beliefs, this is a sign to check in with your perceptions. The longer you wait to get treatment, the more likely those experiences will feel real. When these experiences seem more and more real - it is a sign that your brain is getting sicker and is having a harder time telling the difference between what is real or not real.
Bothersome - Sometimes people see or hear things that maybe others don't. Common experiences like this include buzzing or high pitched sounds in your ear. These changes could indicate other mental health problems like an anxiety disorder. When someone is having psychosis, they see, hear, or experience things that really bother them. Maybe they're distracting, scary, or you recognize that your brain really shouldn't be doing that. When something is bothersome, it's a sign that you should explore more and reach out to someone for help.
Other things are problems - psychosis isn't just seeing things that aren't there.
Most people who struggle with psychosis have a handful of symptoms. These include having difficulty thinking, feeling like they don't feel things anymore, or seeing or hearing a variety of things. Psychosis can get worse if you are especially stressed, don't get enough sleep, and don't reach out to get help.
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The earlier you can get help the better. If you need help to learn more and feel safe - check out mental illness feels like to read about people's experiences. How can you manage those situations so they can be avoided or less stressful? Stress makes everything worse. If you're not sleeping - this will definitely make brain health worse. Not getting enough sleep for days at a time can indicate that you're experiencing other mental health problems, like bipolar disorder. Whether you're a self-identified scaredy cat or a wannabe Ghost Adventures crew member, it's undeniably fun to scare yourself once in a while.
In fact, it's good for you — harmless little scares can actually activate feel-good neurotransmitters and hormones. But, when you aren't prepared to feel afraid, those bumps in the night can have a totally different, unnerving effect. After all, who hasn't been snuggled in bed, safe and sound, only to hear a freaky noise from the hallway? Maybe if it were the daytime, or maybe if you weren't alone, you'd be able to convince yourself it was all in your head. But, at night, when you're all by yourself, any noise can turn into something insidious — a presence from the other side, perhaps.
We've probably all had these kinds of creepy run-ins, so why not talk about them? You might get over your fears and scare your friends in the process. That, or you might end up pissing off the ghost you're pretty sure lives in your closet. Ahead, nine women share their scariest ghost encounters.
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Do not read these before bed. Welcome to Death Week. This week, we'll attempt to unpack our feelings, fears, and hang-ups about death, dying, and mourning.