Hi, just a question. Im not currently having this problem, but have in the past and was just curious if it's happened to anyone else. For a while, I was waking up in the night.....before I ever started any medications at all, with panic attacks. It got to the point where it was about every 30 minutes or sooner for the first few hours of sleep. Anyway, sometimes, when I would wake up, even if I wasn't in a panic mode, I would see things that I knew weren't there. Like for instance, I remember seeing things on my wall, nothing specific, just outlines sort of, of nothing. They would go away about 15-30 seconds after waking up. Once, I remember waking and seeing strings hanging from my ceiling and I even reached out for them and then they vanished. I just chalked it up to sort of still being asleep, even though I felt totally awake and knew the things I was seeing WERE NOT really there. I hated this and I wondered if I was going crazy and still to this day, wonder what it was. I never had the courage to tell anyone about it for fear of them thinking I was literally crazy. But the thing is, as soon as I started ativan and an antidepressant, I quit having this problem. Not once since I've been on medication. Has anyone else had this problem and do you know what it is called or why it happens. or could it really be from something else? Thanks in advance. Would love to hear from anyone who has any idea.
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