Of course, this is a oneiroid.
Oneyroid (from ancient Greek ὄνειρος - dream, εἶδος - type) is a syndrome in psychiatry characterized by a special type of impairment of consciousness with the presence of detailed pictures of fantastic dreaming and pseudohallucinatory experiences intertwined with reality.
In this state, it seems to patients that they make interplanetary travel, find themselves among the inhabitants of Mars, fight with them, collect precious stones on the moon of an unusual kind.
Others sweep over unknown cities, find themselves on the streets, among their inhabitants, participate in conspiracies and uprisings.
Still others are leading naval battles with pirates, pursuing the "Flying Dutchman".
Others wander among prehistoric creatures, find themselves in the crowd of inhabitants of ancient Rome, go to heaven or hell.
Fifths are present during a general catastrophe - the destruction of buildings, the death of cities, the death of millions of people, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, world wars, general cataclysms, planetary collisions, disintegration of the globe
Disorientation in time and space with oneiroid differs from other conditions. Here the patient (and the people around him) are participants in the pseudo-hallucinatory situation he is experiencing.
Also one of the signs of a oneyroid is disorientation in the patient's own personality, a change in the subject of perception, transformation of the self.
For example, transformation into a bird, snake or tree.
If we talk about interestingness from the point of view of the layman, then it seems to me very creepy, for example, catatonic stupor . This is the kind of thing when a person freezes in one position, all his muscles are tense, and he is in this position for hours, not responding to external stimuli.
Sometimes the disease manifests itself in the form of " air cushion symptom ", when a person's head is slightly raised in a lying position, but there is also a frank tin. Just type in Youtube the query " catatonic stupor in the mall " and you're guaranteed to be in shock. I do not advise those who are dubious to watch.
Hallucinatory syndrome (hallucinosis). There are hallucinations, but there is no clouding of consciousness. The disease is often not accompanied by the development of hallucinatory delusions. That is, you can feel absolutely healthy and not understand that your life is filled with non-existent objects (if hallucinations are not something out of the ordinary like gnomes, etc.). Some hallucinations may be repetitive. Here you live, you live, and then it turns out that you have never had a cat, and your neighbor is a hallux.
Your question is a person without moral foundations! Ditto if you ask: What types of torture do you find most interesting? Describe them? Behind each mentally ill is hidden a difficult fate, a difficult life, both him and his family members, and here you are pretending to be a scientist from the Third Reich, asking colleagues about the results of observations of experiments on people. Yours mental disorder seems interesting to me - the pleasure of seeing the torment of other people, self-affirmation by savoring the types of torment, without trying or desire to help people who are in captivity, in unsanitary and cruel conditions, and to whom, at times, violent actions are used outside prying eyes, who cannot live a full life, and who are doomed to humiliation, ridicule and to be guinea pigs for the rest of their days
I am very interested (scientifically) in bipolar disorder. It is characterized by the prevailing affective states in the patient at the moment - mania or depression (and sometimes a mixed state occurs). Moreover, the transition between these states is usually sudden and unrelated (although, for example, seasonal depressions are possible). The disease has not been sufficiently studied, therefore it is not clear what physiological disorders lie behind it. But it would be very interesting to know.