A fault in the frontal lobe and cerebral cortex may be the cause of auditory and visual hallucinations, without the need for the use of substances. At least in Australia, such hallucinations affects on average one in every 20 people, showing flaws in their perception of reality by all the senses, although visual and hearing are the most common. 

This is what was announced by the specialist of the Queensland Brain Institute, John McGrath, who explained that sometimes something goes wrong in the frontal-cortex lobe relationship, and the failure of perception or hallucination is generated, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) .

What is hallucination

In the last century were blamed hallucinations schizophrenia, but in the last two years we have taken a turn to our work, he said. Now we try to understand if there are different forms of hallucinations, or indeed one that comes in various aspects. Lack of sleep, stress, grief and shock processes can make a person more likely to suffer hallucinations person.

He noted that when all goes well, the frontal lobe is the command and controls the whole brain, but situations such as these, reduce their efficiency and when you can create hallucination. He explained that when all goes well, the frontal lobe of the brain controls the whole, but in situations such as these, reduce their efficiency and when you can create hallucination. In the last century hallucinations schizophrenia were struck, but in the last two years we have taken a turn to our work, he said.

This type of hallucinations affects on average one in every 20 people in Australia, who show flaws in their perception of reality by all the senses, although visual and hearing are the most common. The specialist said that now trying to understand if there are different forms of hallucinations, or is actually one that comes in various aspects. He also noted that the lack of sleep, stress, grief and shock processes can make a person more likely to suffer hallucinations person. #Medicine #Science