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OCD

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Last Updated: 01 May 2022
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Obsessive compulsive disorder is a mental health and wellness problem where a person has obsessive thoughts and compulsive activity. OCD symptoms can range from mild to serious. Some people with OCD might spend an hour or two a day engaged in obsessive-compulsive thinking and behaviour, however, for others the problem can totally take over their life. Brain imaging studies have shown the brains of some people with OCD can be various from the brains of people who do not have the problem. Research studies have revealed people with OCD have an inequality of serotonin in their brain. Serotonin is a chemical the brain uses to transmit information from one brain cell to another. OCD can affect men, children and women. Some people begin having symptoms early, usually around adolescence, but it usually starts during early adulthood. OCD can be traumatic and significantly disrupt your life, yet treatment can aid you keep it in control. An obsession is a repetitive behaviour or mental act that you feel you need to do to briefly alleviate the unpleasant feelings induced by the obsessive thought. A person with an obsessive concern of being burgled might feel they require to inspect all the doors and home windows are secured a number of times before they can leave their residence. Women can in some cases have OCD throughout pregnancy or after their infant is born. These include: family history, you're more likely to develop OCD if a family member has it, possibly since of your genes; differences in the brain, some people with OCD have areas of abnormally high task in their brain or low levels of a chemical called serotonin; life occasions, OCD might be more common in people who've experienced bullying, forget or misuse and it occasionally starts after an essential life event, such as giving birth or a grief; personality, neat, thorough, methodical people with high individual criteria might be most likely to develop OCD, as might those who are typically fairly distressed or have a very strong feeling of duty for themselves and others.

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