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Antabuse (generic name: disulfiram) is generally prescribed for the treatment of alcoholism. It works by blocking the metabolism of acetaldehyde, whi...
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Most people recovering from OCD know how difficult it is to ban intrusive unwanted thoughts from the mind. That is why many OCD therapists help their...
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Germaphobe is a popular term for people who are extremely concerned about cleanliness, germs, and contagious diseases. While it is true that some peo...
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People with compulsive behavior disorders such as OCD, binge eating, and substance abuse share a pattern of decision making, according to University o...
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Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be triggered by various traumatic experiences, but the symptoms are most often recognized in individuals suf...
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It is difficult to let go of compulsive behaviors that diminish OCD anxiety. One way to diminish the urge of a particular compulsion, in preparation f...
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Currently, there is no cure for Asperger's Disorder, one of the disorders considered to be along the autistic spectrum. However, there are treatment o...
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Citalopram is the drug name for a brand of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor called Celexa. The primary reason citalopram is used is in the trea...
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A typical approach to young children with OCD symptoms is to watch and wait. However, recent research suggests children five to eight years old are he...
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Stubborn symptoms are relieved for some OCD sufferers by deep brain stimulation. Deep brain stimulation (DBS) involves the implantation of electrodes...
 
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