My Partner is making me laugh. What could the hallucinations be?

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Last night he woke up and was upset with me. He asked me to please stop putting my finger in his nose. I said I didn't do any such thing. He yelled YES YOU DID. This morning he woke up and said, I have a question... Yes I said. He asked me it I thought it was unusual for him to be able to put his arm through the mattress? I asked him to demonstrate. He rolled over toward the edge of the bed. I watched. I checked under the mattress to see if thee was a hole that he might have caught his arm in. No hole. These Hallucinations are so funny.. I know it is probably not nice to laugh and I am certainly not laughing so he can see or hear me. I just am laughing inside. This is so real to him. Has anyone had this happen? He is off his meds right now due to a rash. So, it cannot be the drugs.. He also has a terrible headache now for two days. What could that be?

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I'd much rather you were laughing than not, but if he's hallucinating odd sensations there could be something neurological going on. What's the rash all about?
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Its part of the Dementia. Mom has a problem separating dreams from realility.
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My partner has a show that he truly loves to watch and has for years. WWE. I hate it. So much violence. Thank God I am a women. Men are wierd!! Last night as usual, I turn the ROKU on and set it to WWE. He rewinds and watches it again. About 3 am, I got up as he was not in bed. (he can still come to bed on his own with his walker) thank GOD. I said that show was so long...I talked to him about rewinding it and he said he didn't. Liar Liar pants on fire. Hey at least he is happy Right?

When I volunteered at the memory care unit while my brother in law was in there, I met so many FUNNY people. they kept me laughing all the time. I could write a short Laugh book on things people say when they have Alzheimer and dementia. Of course, I am very fortunate to have a good humored man. It probably would not be funny if he was nasty. I am very blessed
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Terrible headache- stroke- but at least a happy one. Enjoy it while it lasts.
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Advice~KEEP LAUGHING. It is the Music of the SOUL.
Headaches ? Need more information.
Please contact me privately if you wish.

KEEP LAUGHING...........................
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