People who hear voices in their heads are considered to be schizophrenics, despite the fact that many UFO witnesses hear the visitors speak to them that way and psychiatrist and UFO researcher John Mack proved that these people WERE NOT mentally ill.
Andrea Thompson writes in LiveScience.com that scientists now think that hearing voices in your head can be a positive experience, not a sign of mental illness. Studies by Dutch scientists in the 1990s found that almost everyone has auditory hallucinations at times, and some healthy people hear them regularly. Many of these people do not find these voices stressful in any way, and some people find them inspirational. They think that around 4% of the population hears voices in their heads.
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