It is characterized by the appearance of visual hallucinations in patients with problems in the visual pathway, the eyes, their connections to the brain or the brain areas involved in vision. They are elderly patients and may have a brain pathology that makes the connection between the eye and the occipital lobe difficult.
a) Counseling: A support group of people is also a great source of advice and strategies, as well as a safe place to discuss your personal experiences with SCB.
b) Change the environment: it is necessary to change the lighting of the environment that can help to reduce their hallucinations, the light can be increased or decreased. As with noises, turning on the television or radio can help.
c) Use the eyes: Some people have found that, if they use the following techniques, at the beginning of the hallucination, they can be stopped: Move the eyes up and down or from side to side (without moving the head), Remove the Hallucination sight, Stare at the hallucination, close your eyes and then open them again.
d) Rest and relaxation: Some patients, stress and fatigue make symptoms worse. You should get enough sleep and reduce your anxiety level by doing exercises, meditation, or any other activity that is helpful to you.