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Panic and anxiety can trigger ineffective breathing patterns, and poor breathing habits can stir panic and anxiety. Fortunately, in either case, our b...
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There are many versions or subtypes of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). One of them is scrupulosity. The primary anxiety of those with scrupulosi...
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The way other people talk or write about their OCD can help us understand and express our own OCD experience, and sometimes lighten our obsessive load...
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With OCD or an anxiety disorder, we tend to go instantaneously from uncomfortable thoughts or sensations to habitual reactions (e.g., compulsion, avoi...
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With worries and repetitive thoughts crowding their brain, students with OCD can struggle to keep up with their studies. Students focused on OCD’s ins...
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If you are a teenager, or a young adult still living at home, and suspect you have OCD, it is important to talk to your parents about it. Yet, what if...
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A short film called Once Again gives viewers insight into the daily distress that children with OCD endure. Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) affec...
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In his book The Man Who Couldn’t Stop, author David Adam writes about his OCD experience, and examines how the medical perception and treatment of the...
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Anxiety accompanies several mental health diagnoses including OCD, PTSD, and depression. With an inner world that is numb, nervous, chaotic, irritable...
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We’ve known for decades that traumatic experience changes people’s brains, but not the details of where and what the brain changes are. Now, research...
 
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