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Hurricane Katrina and hallucinations



Type of Spiritual Experience


Number of hallucinations: 1


Although it is common to associate the stress of Hurricane katrina with the resulting feelings of anxiety or illness, or the hallucinations, there could well be an impact from the sound produced as well, which is often completely overlooked

Different effects, different size organs

A description of the experience

Disrupted by disaster: shared experiences of student registered nurse anesthetists affected by hurricane Katrina - Geisz-Everson MA, Bennett MJ, Dodd-McCue D, Biddle C.

The purpose of this focused ethnography was to describe the shared experiences of student registered nurse anesthetists (SRNAs) whose senior year of education and training was disrupted by Hurricane Katrina, as well as to determine the storm's psychosocial impact on them. ………….

The psychosocial impact of Hurricane Katrina on the SRNAs resulted mainly in temporary increased alcohol consumption and short-term anxiety. One person started smoking…..

Complicated grief associated with hurricane Katrina - Katherine Shear M et al;  Columbia University School of Social Work and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York, USA.
Although losses are important consequences of disasters, few epidemiological studies of disasters have assessed complicated grief (CG) and none assessed CG associated with losses other than death of loved one.
Data come from the baseline survey of the Hurricane Katrina Community Advisory Group, a representative sample of 3,088 residents of the areas directly affected by Hurricane Katrina. A brief screen for CG was included containing four items consistent with the proposed DSM-V criteria for a diagnosis of bereavement-related adjustment disorder…………
Nonbereavement losses accounted for the vast majority of hurricane-related possible CG despite risk of CG being much higher in response to bereavement than to other losses. This result argues for expansion of research on CG beyond bereavement and alerts clinicians to the need to address postdisaster grief associated with a wide range of losses.

A 10-year-old boy evacuated from the Mississippi Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina presents with agitation, hallucinations, and fever - Lewis RL.  Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, 1225 North State St, Jackson MS 39204, USA.  PMID:  17258051

The source of the experience


Concepts, symbols and science items



Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



Going out in violent weather