New information about late actor Robin Williams' death suggests that Lewy Body Dementia contributed to the Hollywood funnyman's decision to commit suicide.
People who suffer from this disease, which affects deposits of protein in the brain, may suffer from hallucinations, reported TMZ online.
Lewy Body Dementia also accompanies patients with Parkinson's Disease. The condition, however, may be negatively affected by the medicines for Parkinson's.
Shortly after the Night at the Museum actor committed suicide, his wife told officials that he complained about his medicines and the way it made he feel.
An autopsy report released last week confirmed that the actor only had "therapeutic concentrations" of medication in his system.