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Alice In Wonderland Syndrome

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Karla Morales

on 28 May 2013

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Transcript of Alice In Wonderland Syndrome

Yeccenia & Karla Alice In Wonderland Syndrome What is AIWS? Symptoms Causes Diagnosis Treatment Who's at risk? Works Cited Flashes of lights
Eye redness
Feeling of giddiness
Loss of limb control
Lingering touch & sound sensations
Memory loss
Emotional experiences Migraines
Temporal lobe epilepsy
Brain tumors
Use of psycho-active drugs
Mono No proper diagnosis.
When everything else is ruled out, AIWS will be diagnosed by symptoms. This is most common along young children and becomes less common as people get older.
Gender and race are not factors http://data.whicdn.com/images/62823583/large.jpg
http://data.whicdn.com/images/60695229/large.jpg Untreatable but good rest and a healthy diet help lessen symptoms.
Wait it out and hope that it goes away. Neurological disease that occurs due to a disturbance or interference in the signals sent to the brain from the eyes, causing a distortion in one’s visual perception. Results in:
Distorted body image
Distorted time
Distorted space Lewis Carroll
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