Hallucinations and Parkinson's

Posted on March 08, 2018

Some people with Parkinson’s Disease experience non-motor symptoms, such as hallucinations, delusions or paranoia. These can be very difficult for both the Parkinson’s patient and the caregiver. Members say that these symptoms can be a result of the Parkinson’s Disease itself, medications’ side effects, or sometimes from infections, such as a urinary tract infection (UTI), or even from dehydration.

On MyParkinsonsTeam, the social network and online support group for those living with Parkinson’s disease, members talk about a range of personal experiences and struggles. Hallucinations are one of the top 10 topics most discussed.

Here are a few question-and-answer threads about hallucinations:

Is it normal to have hallucinations when I wake up?

My spouse sometimes talks about things that don't make sense. Could it be hallucinations?

Does anyone else have olfactory hallucinations?

Here are some conversations about hallucinations:

My medications contributed to my hallucinations.

My husband had his first delusions - I feel so helpless and he is so scared.

Any suggestions for in-home care strategies for a Parkinson's patient with pretty severe hallucinations and delusions?

Have another topic you'd like to discuss or explore? Go to MyParkinsonsTeam today and start the conversation. You'll be surprised just how many others may share similar stories.

Feel free to ask a question here.

A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

Sorry for your loss.

posted 13 days ago

hug (3)

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