Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is common long-term anxiety disorder in which a person suffers from uncontrollable obsessive thoughts, as well as repetitive, compulsive behaviors. OCD patients are unable to resist their thoughts and actions in spite of knowing that their obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors are unreasonable and illogical. Read more
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Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a common anxiety disorder affecting millions of people in the United States. OCD has characteristic symptoms such as compulsion to perform particular tasks in a specific way. OCD causes implausible encumbrances for the individuals experiencing this condition. Interestingly, despite recognizing that the compulsive behaviors and obsessive thoughts are irrational, patients usually find it difficult to resist the habit. Read more
Anxiety disorder is the most common illness affecting nearly 18 percent of the population, observes the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA). Anxiety is a natural response of the body to a threatening condition or to stress. A moderate form of anxiety is not bad. In fact, it can help a person stay vigilant, focused and pro-active but when anxiety becomes persistent, it can affect a person emotionally, socially, physically and psychologically. Read more
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