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Living with OCD

Living with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) can be a daily challenge. OCD is a mental health condition that involves persistent unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and the urge to repeatedly perform certain behaviors or mental acts (compulsions). These compulsions may include washing one’s hands excessively, double-checking things repeatedly, counting or organizing objects in a specific way, or seeking reassurance from others.

OCD can interfere with daily life, making it difficult to work or socialize. It also causes distress and anxiety, which may lead to depression. People living with OCD may feel ashamed or embarrassed about their symptoms, leading them to hide their thoughts and behaviors from others.

Treatment options for OCD may include therapy, medication, or a combination of both. With proper treatment and support, people with OCD can learn to manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life.

Symptoms of OCD

Symptoms of OCD can vary in severity and type, but some of the most common symptoms include:

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Untreated OCD can severely impact an individual’s quality of life, relationships, work performance, and mental health. It can lead to health issues, substance abuse, and suicidal thoughts. Seeking professional help is essential to receive effective treatments such as therapy and medication.

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