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www.mdedge.com/.../visuals-determining-cause

Visual hallucinations in children and adolescents can be caused by many conditions other than psychosis. To prevent misdiagnosis and unnecessary antipsychotic use, it is important to rule out other causes of visual hallucinations. The mnemonic VISUALS reminds us of common causes.

www.medicinenet.com/hallucinations/symptoms.htm

Learn about diseases and conditions that can cause hallucinations, and learn about the medications used in treatment. Symptoms such as disconnection with reality and delusions may accompany hallucinations. Pinpoint your symptoms and signs with MedicineNet's Symptom Checker.

symptoms.rightdiagnosis.com/.../inattention-in-teens.htm

Auditory hallucinations and Inattention in teens and Acute mental illness in the elderly (2 causes) Auditory hallucinations and Inattention in teens and Aggression (2 causes) Auditory hallucinations and Inattention in teens and Agitation (2 causes) Auditory hallucinations and Inattention in teens and Altered mental state (2 causes) Auditory ...

pro.psychcentral.com/hallucinations-in-children...

APA Reference Jerome, M. (2016). Hallucinations in Children, Adolescents: Psychiatric, Medical Causes, Assessments and Treatment. Psych Central.

www.julianjaynes.org/pdf/sidhu_hallucinations-in-children.pdf

Hallucination of deceased parent, when unresolved mourning persists in the surviving parent Source: References 6,10-13 Possible causes of hallucinations in children and adolescents Table 1 In children, hallucinations are not always a sign of psychosis Box Although hallucinations frequently are considered synonymous with psychotic

www.webmd.com/schizophrenia/what-are-hallucinations

There are many different causes. It could be a mental illness called schizophrenia or a nervous system problem like Parkinson's disease. If you or a loved one has a hallucination, you need to see ...

www.villagebh.com/disorders/psychosis

Psychosis, a feature of teen psychotic disorders, is defined as the loss of contact with reality that is not a part of a teen’s culture. Psychosis is a symptom rather than a diagnosis. Psychotic disorders are characterized by the presence of hallucinations and delusions: Hallucinations are a strange sensory perception perceived in the absence ...

www.healthtalk.org/young-peoples-experiences/depression-and-low...

Anxiety, panic attacks, obsessions and hallucinations For some people, depression can be accompanied by anxiety and for some the symptoms of anxiety maybe more severe than those of their depression. Depression and anxiety can also be associated with feelings of panic and the experience of panic attacks, as well as obsessions or obsessive behaviour.

www.calmclinic.com/anxiety/signs/hallucinations

Severe hallucinations, especially visual hallucinations, are extremely rare for those with anxiety, but that doesn't mean that there aren't similar and related hallucinations that are attributed to anxiety symptoms. Make sure you've ruled out other issues. Drug abuse can cause hallucinations, for example.

www.verywellmind.com/how-to-spot-signs-of-psychosis-in...

Schizophrenia – Teens with schizophrenia exhibit changes in their behavior.They may have hallucinations or delusions and their symptoms are likely to affect their education and their relationships. Schizoaffective disorder – Schizoaffective disorder occurs when a person has prominent mood symptoms of bipolar disorder or depression along with the types of psychotic symptoms that may be ...