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Anafranil is the name under which the drug clomipramine is marketed. This is a tricyclic antidepressant prescribed to patients who are diagnosed with...
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Luvox (or fluvoxamine) is an antidepressant found in a set of drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). It is believed to work b...
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Many people assume that mental disorders are hereditary and that they are generally passed on from parent to child down through the ages. But this se...
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For those with obsessive-compulsive disorder, vacations mean either an improvement in symptoms or the prospect of them being worse. Several things ca...
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This article was written by author, priest, and addiction counselor Richard Hartnett. Since the inner Tyrant plays such an important role in our obs...
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For someone with obsessive-compulsive disorder, work of any kind can present two major challenges: dealing with the tasks of the job itself and dealin...
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There are many differing symptoms that are associated with the anxiety disorder obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Homosexuality anxiety—defined as...
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Written by author and addiction counselor Richard Hartnett The Overlap of Addiction and OCD People in the active phase of addictions are usually obs...
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U.S. News and World Report recently quoted Catherine Belling, author of the book A Condition of Doubt: The Meanings of Hypochondria as saying: "Hypoch...
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The transition young people make from high school and living at home to going to college and living away from home is a huge step. It's one of those...
 
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Do you or a loved one feel like you might have a problem with OCD? Take the Self Test now to get more information.
 
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