Why People with Dementia See Hallucinations?

Why people with dementia see hallucinations?

Hallucinations are false perceptions of objects or events involving the senses.

They are caused by changes within the brain that result from dementia. The person may:

  • see the face of a former friend in a curtain
  • see insects crawling on his or her hand
  • hear someone talking
  • engage in conversation with the imagined person

To learn more you should go to a medical professional.

Keyword: dementia hallucinations

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