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Ocd

OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

By: Teaunah Moulden


Definition explanation

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Definition/Explanation

Obsessive-compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations, obsessions, or behaviors that make them feel driven to do something.

I chose this topic because at times I believe I suffer from OCD.


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  • approximately 3.3 million people have OCD

  • The average age for the onset for actual OCD symptoms is 19

Facts and Statistics

OCD is the 4th most common mental illness

People with OCD are often anxious and depressed.


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Signs

Do the same rituals over and over such as washing hands, locking and unlocking doors, counting, keeping unneeded items, or repeating the same steps again and again

  • Symptoms

  • Have repeated thoughts or images about many different things, such as fear of germs, dirt, or intruders; acts of violence; hurting loved ones; conflicts with religious beliefs; or being overly tidy

  • Don't get pleasure when performing the behaviors or rituals, but get slight relief from the anxiety the thoughts cause

  • Types

  • Washers & cleaners

  • Checkers

  • Hoarders

  • Intrusive thoughts

  • Ordering

Signs, Symptoms, and Types


Analyzing the types of ocd
Analyzing the types of OCD

Washers and Cleaners

Constant fear of being infected with germs and spreading their germs to someone else

Checkers

A fear that forgetting to lock or switch something off will cause harm, for which they will be blamed.

Hoarders

Fear of discarding certain objects in the belief that they may be of use in the future.

Intrusive Thoughts

Having obsessional thoughts that are disturbing, horrific, and unacceptable

Ordering

Obsession to organize or arrange objects in a specific pattern or order before performing a daily task


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Diagnoses & Tests

  • OCD in kids is usually diagnosed between the ages of 7 and 12.

  • The doctor or a mental health professional will ask the child questions to try and detect the illness.

  • The doctor or health professional may have to ask about the child’s family history as well.

OCD remains undiagnosed.

Typical Questions asked by the doctor:

•Do you have to check things over and over again?

•Do you have to wash your hands a lot, more than most kids?

•Do you count to a certain number or do things a certain number of times?

•Are there things you have to do before you go to bed


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Living & Managing

The behaviors of child with OCD often take up a great deal of time and energy, making it more difficult to complete tasks, such as homework or chores, or to enjoy life.

Because a child is often feeling frustrated or guilty for not being able to control their own thoughts or actions, kids with OCD also can suffer from low self-esteem or from shame or embarrassment about what they're thinking or feeling.

May feel pressured because they don't have enough time to do everything

Might become irritable because he or she feels compelled to stay awake late into the night or miss an activity or outing to complete the compulsive rituals.

Kids might have difficulties with attention or concentration because of the intrusive thoughts.

Kids can deal with this disablity by talking it out with other kids diagnosed with OCD. This will allow them to know they aren’t the only ones with it and they can fit in with someone somewhere.


Daily life with ocd
Daily Life with OCD

  • Watch this video to understand the life a college athlete suffereing from OCD.


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Support & Resources

Internationl OCD Foundation

Anxiety Disorders Association of America

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Support Group


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Resources

http://kidshealth.org/parent/emotions/behavior/OCD.html#a_Diagnosing_OCD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jL2kS2h_h5c

http://www.webmd.com/anxiety-panic/guide/obsessive-compulsive-disorder

http://www.chop.edu/healthinfo/obsessive-compulsive-disorder.html

http://www.ocduk.org/types-ocd

http://www.ocdtypes.com/


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