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What is OCD?

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a serious mental health condition that causes individuals to experience a variety of symptoms that typically fall into one of two categories: ‘obsessions’ and/or ‘compulsions’.

Obsessions are characterised by persistent and irrational thoughts or urges, and compulsions refer to physical or mental acts that individuals feel compelled to perform. Some individuals who develop OCD only experience one type of symptom, whilst others can experience both obsessions and compulsions. These irrational thoughts and behaviours can become extremely time consuming and can seem impossible to stop or control.

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Symptoms of OCD

OCD symptoms can be categorised as either obsessions or compulsions, and there are several common examples of obsessions and compulsions that people with OCD may experience as part of their condition.

OCD obsessions include:

  • Overwhelming fear of germs or contamination
  • Recurring involuntary thoughts that you might say something inappropriate or harm another person
  • Constant worry that you forgot to lock a door or turn off an appliance
  • Experiencing intrusive sexual thoughts or constantly questioning your sexuality

Treatment for OCD

At Aarambh Rehab Bhilwara, we understand that the symptoms of OCD can be distressing and confusing. As such, our world-class team of specialist psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists and other highly qualified mental health professionals are committed to providing comprehensive and personalised OCD treatment at our hospitals and wellbeing centres. We are dedicated to enabling you to address the causes and underlying triggers for your irrational thoughts and behaviours, improve your symptoms and regain control of your life.

Additional Information

Symptoms of OCD

Symptoms of OCD Usually Start in Adolescence and Early Adulthood. However, children as young as 4 can be affected. Although rare, OCD can also begin in late adulthood. Typically, most people are diagnosed at age 19.

OCD Can’t Be Diagnosed by

OCD Can’t Be Diagnosed Using a Blood Test or X-Ray. If you think you have OCD, you will need to see a trained mental health professional, such as a psychiatrist or psychologist, to get a diagnosis. The symptoms of OCD resemble other illnesses, so it is important to seek professional help.