How do you know if you have Alice in Wonderland syndrome?


Alice in Wonderland syndrome (AIWS) is a rare neurological condition that can cause visual distortions and a skewed sense of perception. Some of the common symptoms of AIWS include:

  1. Objects or body parts appearing smaller or larger than they actually are
  2. Perceived changes in the shape or size of objects
  3. Perceived changes in distance or depth perception
  4. Distorted sense of time, such as feeling like time is moving slower or faster than it actually is
  5. Feeling detached from your body or environment
  6. Hallucinations or seeing things that aren’t there

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s important to talk to a doctor or healthcare professional. A thorough medical evaluation can help to determine if you have AIWS or another condition that may be causing your symptoms. Keep in mind that AIWS is a rare condition, and it’s more likely that your symptoms are caused by something else.

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