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Mental health and addiction :
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Personality disorders occur when personality traits become abnormal, inflexible, unadaptive, and cause sufficient social or occupational impairment along with a lot of personal difficulties. Obsessive-compulsive disorder in one such personality disorder, which is characterized by anxious thoughts or rituals, which the patient feels he or she cannot control. A psychiatric problem that requires intense treatment, for help – Medindia’s support group is the place you need to be.

 

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1. Which specialist should I see if I have OCD?

You should consult a Psychiatrist.

2. How do I get help for OCD?

People with this disorder will probably not seek treatment as few realize that they are having a problem. Once this condition is recognized the patient should seek help from health care organization or family physician who can refer them to specialists or mental health centers.

3. How do family can help someone with OCD?

People suffering from this condition usually try to hide their problems from the family or co-workers. Therefore it becomes difficult for the family to give support and help in time. It is the family who also suffers from the patient's habits, which could get very irritating at times. During these trying times the family should provide reassurance to the patient and avoid showing anger or resentment.

4. Which specialist should I see if I have OCD?

You should consult a Psychiatrist.

5. How do I get help for OCD?

People with this disorder will probably not seek treatment as few realize that they are having a problem. Once this condition is recognized the patient should seek help from health care organization or family physician who can refer them to specialists or mental health centers

6. How do family can help someone with OCD?

People suffering from this condition usually try to hide their problems from the family or co-workers. Therefore it becomes difficult for the family to give support and help in time. It is the family who also suffers from the patients habits, which could get very irritating at times. During these trying times the family should provide reassurance to the patient and avoid showing anger or resentment.






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