I have been searching everywhere for a cause and solution to this experience that has been happening to me for about 7 months (besides the anxiety which has occurred for about 9 years).
Whenever I let my guard down, I begin to hear screaming in my head. The screams range from high-pitch to low-pitch and consists of screeching and growling. It happens when I am going into different rooms, laying down, folding laundry, pretty much anytime I am doing anything. I can't stop it and it can cause me to trip, lose concentration, and boost my anxiety on high levels as if my brain is saying, "Avoid this area and go into that one," "Leave right now," and "You're not alone."
Sometimes I see things following the screaming in my head. Such as when I was folding laundry ten minutes I heard screaming in my head. My body and brain didn't want me to put the towels up in my parent's bathroom, but I forced myself to find out why. My eyes instinctively darted to the bed (the bathroom is one of those that consists in and next to a bedroom) and I saw a blood-red hound-like creature with horns. It was swaying on the bed left and right as if it was dazed, but it was looking right at me. I tried to ignore it, put the towels up, and rushed out of the room as fast as I could. While rushing out, I saw in my head and felt as if I was about to be charged at by long claws.
Things like this occur constantly and without warning. I have gotten used to some of it, but I want to know what is happening. TYVM...