Alright...you may think I am crazy now and maybe I am....but I hear voices.
I was wondering if anyone recognizes this?
It is not schizophrenia or psychosis. I looked it up. no trauma triggered it.
I am 30 years old and I have had them for years, they seem to be getting more active lately.
I mostly hear them in the evening when I am in my bed trying to sleep. They are not talking to me or about me. It is like I hear parts of conversations. Like radio channels switched at random. last night I heard one man speaking in dutch in one ear, another person in English in the other ear. Random parts of conversation. Also languages I don't know. It is usually not so interesting so i ignore them and try to sleep. Sometimes there are screams or growls or crys for help. Quite loud too, so sometimes that startles me, but I am never afraid of it. Weird right? It happens in either ear or both ears in a space surrounding my head. Feels like the space is part of my head, so i am not sure if the voices are in my head or in the room.
Also many times I see through my eyelids into the room, the room slightly changed from reality, sometimes light too. A bit annoying if you have to sleep with your eyes open and the lights on. If I open my eyes it's dark again. If I put my hand over my closed eyes I can still see....so....yeah....strange...
Physically I am healthy and I have never used drugs, alcohol or even smoked cigarettes. It doesn't really bother me, but I would like to know what it means, what it is that is "wrong" with me. Any ideas????
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