Medications for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder What medications are good for the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)? What reactions and allergies can result? Which drugs are the safest?
In this article, Dr. Demitri discusses how a client who needs to take OCD medications can pick ones best suited for them, and also to help improve the quality of their lives. Preview Website -
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OCD Center of Los AngelesTop Rated Treatment center specializing in OCD, OC Spectrum Disorders, and related anxiety disorders. Includes information on symptoms and treatment, an OCD test, a reading list, and links to online resources. Preview Website -
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OCD: The War InsideTop Rated A film by co-director Mark Pancer, who himself has OCD, brings a unique perspective and compassion to his interviews, eliciting painful stories while also exploring the causes and possible solutions of this often misunderstood condition which affects millions of people. Simultaneously heartbreaking and uplifting, sad and funny, full of love, hate, anger and courage, these stories will resonate long after the film has ended.
Andrew's OCD first appeared when he was only nine years old; his compulsions have included gnawing on walls and even streets and subway floors. With the unflagging support of his parents and sister he has found some relief through behavioral therapy.
Trisha has washed her hands until they were bloody, and has attempted suicide. SSRI medications have helped at times, but she still battles with side effects.
Marvin's OCD appeared in middle age and led to serious career and family problems; in trying to control his condition he even submitted to brain surgery, which was unsuccessful.
Grace's OCD also appeared when she was an adult. She cannot allow visitors into her house without becoming uncontrollably anxious; her obsessions have created serious problems in her relationships with her husband and young daughter.
The Course of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder OCD can be considered deadly in thoughts, feelings, and obsessions. It can follow a course, wherever it can be waxing the one moment, and then the next, it will be going on full-throttle. Discussed in tihs article is how Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder runs throughout a lifetime. Preview Website -
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Treatments for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Believe it or not, once upon a time, obsessive compulsive disorder was considered not responsive to many therapies. In the present, however; that idea has changed, and such things as talk therapies are considered beneficial for those who suffer with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
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What is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder? Ever really wondered what all the hubbub about Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) was about? Many wonder what OCD entails. In this article, Dr. Demitri discusses how OCD is an illness, how it interacts with people, and things that may be related with it. Preview Website -
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http://www.doyoupanic.co.uk Will Beswick's awesome site has been awarded ***** (5 stars) by the UK Mental Health Foundation and has also received excellent reviews from The National (UK) Phobics Society, Anxietynomore, The Chipmunka Foundation and NoMorePanic to name but a few!
It is a personal case study in recovery from Anxiety/Panic and Obsessiveness -explaining 'how' this is all linked to achieving FLOW. Preview Website -
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The study is located in Bethesda, Maryland. For more information about how to participate in OCD pediatric studies, please call 1-800-411-1222 or 301-496-5323, or visit
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Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders This research article discusses some conditions: Body dysmorphic disorder and trichotillomania, which appear at first to be obsessive-compulsive disorder, but are in actuality, just closely related to the disorder. Read on, and see if what you (or a loved one) have is not OCD, but one of these two... Preview Website -
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OCD Chicago OCD Chicago Relief from OCDĚ is a 36-page guide that presents an overview of OCD, common obsessions and compulsions, treatment options, a recommended reading list, FAQs, and links to a variety of helpful resources. It is designed to start the reader on the road to successful treatment. Visit www.ocdchicago.org to download a PDF version of Relief from OCD.Ě Preview Website -
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