Obssesive Compulsive Disorder

Just because it annoys you , it doesn’t mean that you have obsessive compulsive disorder.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder is identified by two parts: intrusive thoughts and images, followed by repetitive behaviors to neutralize the anxiety of unwanted thoughts. These repetitive behaviors, or compulsions, only temporarily relieve anxiety, which locks a person into a constant cycle of unpleasant obsessive thoughts followed by compulsive actions to try and manage the heightened level of anxiety.

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