The Alice in Wonderland Syndrome can cause a person to perceive that objects or their own body parts are strangely too small, or too large. Sufferers can also have distorted time perception (going too fast or too slow) or sound can be warped.
Causes include migraines (which can be associated with all kinds of neurologic symptoms), temporal-lobe epilepsy, or even Epstein Barr infections (the virus that causes "Mono", or mononucleosis).
The treatment involved treating the underlying illness that causes the symptom.
No, the treatment is not a bottle that says "Drink me."
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