Understanding OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

Obsessive-compulsive disorder or better known as the OCD abbreviation is a psychological disorder that causes a person to have obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. This disorder is a long-term disease as well as high blood pressure or diabetes. This disorder is characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that can lead to repetitive behavior (compulsions). For example, people who feel have to check doors and windows more than 3 times before leaving home.

If you experience this disorder, you can visit Family therapy in Oklahoma City and we will help you to do OCD counseling.

OCD symptoms experienced by each patient vary. There is a mild in which the patient spends about 1-hour wrestling with obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior, but there is also a severe until this disorder controls and controls his life. OCD sufferers also generally collapse in certain patterns of thought and behavior. There are 4 major stages in OCD conditions, namely obsessions, anxiety, compulsions, and temporary relief.