Using virtual reality to treat paranoia
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Using virtual reality to treat paranoia

Patients who suffered persecutory delusions have been trying out a computer-generated Underground train carriage and a lift.

Virtual reality has been used to help treat severe paranoia.

Patients who suffered persecutory delusions were encouraged to step into a computer-generated Underground train carriage and a lift.

The BBC's Fergus Walsh found out more.

  • 06 May
  • From the section Health