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How can it be called obsessive-compulsive disorder, and why do you get obsessive-compulsive disorder?

Time:2022-09-27 03:01:20 author:Emergency treatment Read:108次
How can it be called obsessive-compulsive disorder, and why do you get obsessive-compulsive disorder?

Have we encountered such people in our daily life? Repeatedly washing hands, tearing toilet paper along the dotted line, placing chopsticks in one direction, eating in a fixed position, and squeezing the shower gel 3 times when taking a bath... I believe that there will be friends around us who have these habits, even ourselves There are also several special habits. But what's so bad about obsessive-compulsive disorder? In fact, obsessive-compulsive disorder is a mental illness, which is accompanied by obsessive thoughts and behaviors such as anxiety, depression, fear, and mania. Unlike personal quirks, the truth of OCD is sometimes very serious. Severe patients are troubled by the disease and repeat the same actions uncontrollably, which seriously threatens their normal life. So why do ordinary people get obsessive-compulsive disorder? The cause of the high incidence of obsessive-compulsive disorder has not been fully elucidated. Some studies in the medical field have proved that the incidence of people with the following factors is higher. 1. People with a family history, studies have found that people with a family history of obsessive-compulsive disorder have a much higher chance of getting the disease than the general population. 2. Bad psychosocial factors: such as personality disorders (perfectionist, obsessive-compulsive personality), bad emotions (such as stress, setbacks), various difficulties in life or work. Such as the academic family environment, etc. Stereotyped, demanding, and oppressive family atmosphere, parents' excessive demands on their children, etc., may lead to the occurrence of obsessive-compulsive disorder. 3. Obsessive-compulsive disorder mostly occurs in people between the ages of 16 and 34. Women are slightly higher than men. In conclusion, after suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder, it must be treated in time. Mild obsessive-compulsive disorder can be treated with drugs, learn more about self-regulation of obsessive-compulsive disorder, and build self-confidence. Obsessive-compulsive disorder can cause attention shift, psychological suggestion, etc.

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