Alice in Wonderland syndrome is a condition in which you perceive objects or body parts as being much smaller or larger than they really are. This condition can cause seizures, intoxications, migraines/headaches and infections. The name comes from the movie Alice in Wonderland where the main character eats a small cake to either grow larger or become much smaller. These perceptions mostly occur at night. Along with visual hallucinations they may also suffer from auditory and tactile hallucinations. Brain tumors are the primary cause of this condition and the condition is relatively untreatable.