OCD TreatmentPeople with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) are likely to experience unrealistic obsessions and compulsions that may adversely affect their overall quality of living. If you’ve been feeling fear of harming yourself or someone else deliberately, a fear of contamination, losing control, and facing unwanted thoughts like aggression, you might need help from an OCD therapist.
OCD – Types and SymptomsOCD may take place in several forms, but most common cases fall into one of the following categories:
People who have OCD are aware of the fact that their habits, behavior, and thoughts don’t make sense. But they don’t do them purposely but because they aren’t able to quit and if they stop, they feel bad and start again.Are you feeling the same? Let our experts at Mind Brain Institute help you move on the right path of contentment and peace.
- Checking objects like locks, ovens, alarm systems, light switches, or thinking you have any health condition
- Symmetry and ordering, the need for having all things organized in a certain manner
- Contamination, a fear that things might be dirty or a compulsion to clean everything, or those who have a mental disorder may feel like they’ve been treated like dirt
- Rumination’s and intrusive thoughts, an obsession with a series of thoughts that might be violent or disturbing