1. Last month Anderson Cooper donned headphones for a schizophrenia simulator to feel what it’s like to live with the disorder.
People with schizophrenia, a brain disorder that affects roughly one percent of the population, may hear voices other people don’t hear.
3. Cooper even finds having a normal everyday interaction incredibly difficult.
And he feels the urge to talk back to the voices, especially when they’re negative and discourage him. “It makes you feel completely isolated from everyone else around you,” he says of the “eye-opening” experience.
4. Watch the full Anderson Cooper 360° segment below.
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