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Typical examples of psychosis include hallucinations, when you see, hear or feel things which are not actually there, for example:
Delusions (these are beliefs that are not true and may seem irrational to others), for example you may believe:
You may not always find these experience distressing, although some people do. You may be able to stay in work and function at a high level in your life, even if you have these experiences.
Cognitive experiences are ones that relate to mental action; such as learning, remembering and functioning. Some cognitive experiences associated with psychosis are:
What is psychosis?
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