- Feb 27, 2015
I've been diagnosed with depression, ocd and anxiety disorder just the past year. I've been dealing fairly ok with it, but being the obssesive person that I am, I have this new obssesion going on in my head. Every night before I go to sleep, when I'm drifting off, I hear things. Like random conversations, or my mom's voice calling my name, or a song, just anything random. I'm scared to death of having schizophrenia or sonething like that. I know this auditive hallucinations are relatively common, I know they're called hypnagogic hallucinations, and I know that they're not a symptom of schizophrenia. But I still can't seem to get the idea out of my head. I didn't used to get them so much, but since a panic attack and crisis of anxiety I had last year that cause me to have sleeping problems, I seem to get them almost every night and I'm sooo scared. Can anyone relate/ give me advice? Just to be clear, I don't hear voices when I'm awake, It's just the moment before sleeping. And I don't know if it has to do with it, but I often have lucid dreams. Help anyone?? Please, I'm so scared.