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OCD, the ‘silent enemy’

  1. News: 3 in every hundred people suffer from some form of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and they may not even be aware of problem
  2. Context: Most people fail to seek treatment at the initial stages but approach a specialist only after 3 or 4 years of suffering from the condition
  3. By then, the treatment becomes difficult as the obsession may have reached an uncontrollable state
  4. Effects: Person suffering from chronic and long-lasting disorder has uncontrollable, recurring thoughts and behaviours, and feels the urge to repeat an action over and over again
  5. What to do? When this causes substantial amount of anxiety and distress and affects family and social life, then person should approach a specialist and seek help
  1. News: 3 in every hundred people suffer from some form of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and they may not even be aware of problem
  2. Context: Most people fail to seek treatment at the initial stages but approach a specialist only after 3 or 4 years of suffering from the condition
  3. By then, the treatment becomes difficult as the obsession may have reached an uncontrollable state
  4. Effects: Person suffering from chronic and long-lasting disorder has uncontrollable, recurring thoughts and behaviours, and feels the urge to repeat an action over and over again
  5. What to do? When this causes substantial amount of anxiety and distress and affects family and social life, then person should approach a specialist and seek help
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