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Living and Coping with OCD

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OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) is a mental health disorder defined by a cycle of obsessive thoughts, compulsions, and rituals, and affects about 1 in every 100 people.Most people will experience some level of anxiety, stress, or unwanted thoughts at one time or another.

This doesn’t necessarily mean you have OCD! Obsessive-compulsive disorder is diagnosed by a medical professional, though an online OCD test can give you a better idea of whether or not you might have this condition.

If your obsessive thoughts and compulsions consume most of your time, interfere with daily activities, and impact your overall mood and personality, it may be a sign that you have OCD and that it’s time for treatment.Intrusive negative thoughts, increased stress and anxiety, as well as isolation in the hope of avoiding certain triggers, can all lead to depression.

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