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→ Alice in Wonderland facts: fact #9Alice in Wonderland Syndrome, named after Carroll’s novel, is a disorienting condition that affects one’s perception. The patient complains of visual, auditory and tactile hallucinations and altered perceptions. The syndrome can be baffling and terrifying for the patient; for he feels he is going mad in a weird world with warped perceptions and hallucinations. Lewis Carroll suffered from the disorder himself.

I want Alice in Wonderland Syndrome because that would be awesome but I would probably hate it if I actually had it

A recent case report is the first-known example of a person having Alice in Wonderland Syndrome after stopping LSD.

'Alice in Wonderland Syndrome' Caused by Acid Flashback

What is Alice in Wonderland Syndrome?

People with this condition may see the world much like Alice did in Lewis Carroll's tale.

What is Alice in Wonderland syndrome

Alice in Wonderland syndrome is a disorienting neurological condition that affects human perception. It’s a syndrome of distorted space, time and body image.

Alice in Wonderland Syndrome (AIWS) and Migraines

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