Obsessive Compulsive Disorder : OCD is characterized by unwanted,
recurring, disturbing and uncontrollable
thoughts called obsessions and/or repetitive
and habitual behaviors called compulsions. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Stopping the Behavior : Stopping the Behavior In order to break your OCD
habits, you've got to engage in
"normal" behavior and responses
for at least 90 days. That kind of
habitual training conditions you
for a permanent solution.
Conventional OCD Therapy : Conventional OCD Therapy Psychotherapy
Anxiety Reducing Strategies
Psychotherapy : Psychotherapy Found to be effective by 75% of patients
Based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
The patient is exposed to the source of
the anxiety and is forced to control
their response by repressing or
ignoring the compulsion.
Pharmacotherapy : Pharmacotherapy Medication is prescribed for patients with OCD helping in the reduction of obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors.
Support : Support Your family is instrumental to the success of your treatment. It is best if they come with you during your consultation with your doctor so they better understand your condition.
You can also engage in self-help groups
or talk to a trusted friend.
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