Study: Nearly 40% of Patients Have Minor Hallucinations

Study: Nearly 40% of Patients Have Minor Hallucinations

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Study: Nearly 40% of Patients Have Minor Hallucinations

Nearly four of every 10 patients with Parkinson’s disease experience minor hallucinations, a new study from China estimates. Results suggest a link between minor hallucinations and Parkinson’s-related sleep problems. The study, “Prevalence and Risk Factors for Minor Hallucinations in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease,” was published in Behavioural Neurology. A hallucination is when a person senses something that is not really there. As many as three in four Parkinson’s patients will develop psychosis, which encompasses hallucinations as…

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