7B02.1/G47.8 Sleep-related hallucinations



Sleep-related hallucinations are hallucinations that occur during sleep or just before or after sleep. They are thought to be caused by a combination of physical and psychological factors, including sleep deprivation, stress, anxiety, depression, medication side effects, and neurological disorders.


Sleep-related hallucinations can be diagnosed through physical exams, laboratory tests, and sleep studies. A doctor may also ask questions about the individual’s sleep patterns, medical history, and any psychiatric symptoms.

Differential diagnosis

Differential diagnoses for sleep-related hallucinations include other psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and delirium.


Treatment for sleep-related hallucinations typically includes lifestyle changes, such as getting adequate sleep, managing stress, and exercising regularly. In some cases, medications, such as sedatives, antidepressants, or antipsychotics, may be prescribed to help reduce the symptoms.


The prognosis for individuals with sleep-related hallucinations is generally good, as long as the underlying causes are addressed. With proper treatment, symptoms can be managed and the individual can lead a normal life.

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