I just wanted some advice, for some time now I have been suffering from seeing/hearing random images noises while falling asleep - which has not concerned me. However last night when I was trying to sleep I heard an evil kind of voice say
"Your mine now"
Or something nasty like that! It was definitely inside my head...is this something I should be worried about? I barely got any sleep and feel awful now. I should add I suffer from GAD and OCD.
The auditory hallucinations which you are experiencing can occur with certain medications, stress, sleep deprivation, in certain brain disorders and with schizophrenia or bipolar disorders. They could even be the side effects of your medications. But continue with your medications and you will need to consult your doctor for re assessment.
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