Compulsive lying is a condition where people tell lies out of habit. It is also known as pathological lying, habitual lying or mythomania. Many people tell white lies from time to time but pathological liars tend to lie often no matter what context. These lies can sound believable, have internal motivation and continuous.
Although compulsive lying or pathological lying in not recognised as a mental health condition, it can be the symptom of bipolar, substance dependency, ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) borderline personality or narcissistic personality.
Alternative treatment such as hypnotherapy can be beneficial for all of the above conditions, as well as increasing confidence and self-esteem and improving sleep patterns.
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