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In simple words, it is synonymous which is described by a few characteristics of repetitive behaviour like washing hands, sorting, and colour coding and cleaning. Although, it’s not necessarily wrong to equate OCD with these behaviours’, it leaves out an essential part of the picture. Looking at certain habits is quick and feeling, Well, it's not that terrible.
I'd love to keep my room clean. Or, Oh, I hate it when my room is a mess. I am so OCD, too. I like washing my hands often as a preventive measure for coronavirus. Am I OCD too? I like changing my clothes 2-3 times a day. Oh, am I OCD too?
This is not so necessarily true that every time we consider these stimuli and responses towards it as OCD. These can be a person's normal routine behaviours too. Yet what you don't see, and what places the "D" in the OCD, is the thinking mechanism behind the compulsive behaviour. Those with OCD don't get disciplined because it gives happiness to them. They’re not cleaning up because it is one of their hobbies.
Although individuals with OCD often may not sweep or plan at all. OCD manifests itself in so many different ways, and it can hurt those who live with it every day by comparing it to a quirk.
OCD is chronic, which means Nothing suggests that it's like getting asthma or diabetes. By this fact, it is understandable that it is a “condition” which can be controlled. It's a possibility that will still be there in the past, even though it doesn't impact your life any more. Everything you're going to have to do to better manage it because if you don't try to do it successfully in your life, you're going to run the chance of relapse.
It ensures that if you will not follow the resources offered in cognitive/behavioural treatment, or if you quit taking the medicine (in most cases), you can quickly realize that the symptoms are hemmed again. Some of the key characteristics of OCD are “doubt & guilt”. Through the absence of serotonin, OCD is a crucial factor.
There are two different forms of Obsessive-compulsive disorder that people combine together. That is a personality disorder, the other anxiety condition. Even if you can resist the compulsion, you can't refuse to think of obsessive thought.
Obsessions are mental events produced biochemically that seem to imitate the actual thoughts of one's own but are not. It insists people do those specified events in repetition that they are supposed to do once only. Since these are biochemical activities, they cannot be shut down at once.
Suppression has proven that the more you try not to worry about something, the more paradoxically you can come to think about it. The key trick of tackling obsessions, “If you want to think about it less, think about it more.” Neither can you escape from your obsessions, nor prevent the fears that emerge from them.
Fear also originates in the mind, and it's necessary to recognise that there is no escape in order to recover. People with OCD don't stick with the stuff they fear long enough to discover the truth–that is, that their fears are unjustified and that the anxiety would have gone away on its own, without coercion or neutralisation.
NOTE: OCD is treatable, and people who suffer from it can live a normal life. You do not need to worry at all. You just need to seek a professional's advice to come out of this disorder.
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