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Bipolar People Can Experience Auditory Hallucinations, Too

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Most people associate hearing voices or auditory hallucinations with schizophrenia. But almost no one speaks of this issue when it comes to bipolar disorder, despite the fact that 20-50 percent of us who live with bipolar experience them, according to Psychiatric Times.

Hearing things that aren’t there is scary. Like very scary. While I don’t hear voices per se, I do hear noise. Sometimes if I am at a party in an enclosed space with lots of loud talking, when I leave the space, I hear a jumble of sounds that echoes throughout my brain and won’t stop.

It’s as if I am hearing a murmur of dialogue lingering all at once after the party. Many voices in dissonance. When this happens, I immediately need to jump in a taxi or rideshare and head

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