Alice in Wonderland syndrome (Formally known as Lilliput sight, or Lilliputian Hallucinations) is a type of neurological disease, that is somewhat similar to the sensation drug users encounter. Patients having this condition tend to feel their time, space, and body image are greatly distorted. Also the object perceived seems far away or extremely close at the same time. For example, a sufferer may identify humans, their own body image, animals, and inanimate objects as substantially smaller than in reality.


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Illustrations depicting the sensations of the patients as described.
Illustrations depicting the sensations of the patients as described.

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This disorder is not caused by impairment of vision located in the eyes, but on the brain's interpretation of the information being conceived from the eyes, but on the brain's Alice in Wonderland syndrome is usually experienced by 5 to 10 year-old-children and patients suffering from schizophrenia, and installs especially during darkness and may affect hearing, touch , and body image. These sensations can continue even while the patient's eyes are shut. Other effects from this disorder are anxiety, lack of movement, and loss of recognition.

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Treatment for Alice in Wonderland syndrome is untreatable, rest is the recommended best treatment, but a helpful and effective therapy is to join support groups to share experiences and to know that you are not alone.