Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Alice in Wonderland

There is a syndrome called 'Alice in Wonderland'.
The syndrome was named in honor of "Alice in Wonderland" author Lewis Carroll, who suffered from migraines. It's believed that much of Alice's experience came from Carroll's own migraine auras.
Most reports are about children experiencing AIWS symptoms, though many people experience it in later life. Many people say they had AIWS symptoms as a child, but 'grew out' of them around their teens.

8 comments:

  1. beautifull post! i like your art

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  2. Wonderful, I love your work.
    I leave you a big hug of Christmas.

    (Sorry my English)

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  3. How interesting--I didn't know this, and I have to tell you that I LOVE this!!

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  4. Sunny,Before reading your post today I enlarged the photo to fully enjoy your work..and of course I did..savoring every detail..but then I read your post..and yes..I had to take another peak at your canvas.. I had a new understanding....left me loving it all the more.Bravo!!
    Merry Christmas Sweet Sunny to you and yours!!
    Cat

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  5. Sunny, I LOVE this piece! It is gorgeous! Such an interesting post. Thank you for the information. I suffer from migraines. It was interesting to read of Lewis Carroll's struggles with them too.

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  6. this is gorgeous xxx have a great holiday period u are very talented xxx

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  7. Happy new year! I leave you a big hug.

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  8. Great great great great !!!! I love it!!!

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