OCD (Obsessive Compulsory Disorder) Causes and Symptoms OCD triggers due to breach of trust. Process of disorder formation is again same. It starts with depression and then graduates into obsessive thoughts and gradually as these thoughts derail the control of mind, these obsessive thoughts become compulsive. In your childhood, if you saw your parents fighting, you grow up with fragile trust in relationship being deprived of feeling safe and happy. It gets stored in your subconscious and when you are in a relationship, any single sign of relationship breaking away puts you on guard because this time you do not want to get hurt. Being suspicious about your partner and not trusting is direct form of OCD, however, OCD appears in many mundane tasks such as obsession to clean the house few times a day, repeatedly checking house is locked or not. Such occurrence of behaviors is a case, where patient does not have courage enough to confront the partner in case of suspicion and driven by self-pity, diverts OCD towards such behavior. Regardless, It remains issue connected with Trust. Obsessiveness and compulsiveness are two different symptoms of this disorder. Obsessiveness comes from high ego which has desire to retain the relationship (survival) and compulsiveness comes from the root cause of trauma (causing insecurity) in the childhood. Hence it is combination of greater need to survive combined with insecurity. The desire to survive remains the single most positive factor in restoring back the patient in our treatment. In our research and treatment, this is not considered serious kind of disorder as treatment is rather easy. The best news about this disorder is that patient is aware of this disorder and wants to genuinely get cured. Reference Link: http://nvlife.net/63/ocd-obsessive-compulsory-disorder-the-lack-of-trust
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Causes: OCD or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder sometimes runs in families but no one knows for sure that why few people are having it and not others. Researchers got some information on this that there are several parts of brain which are involved in obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior, which is also
surrounded by anxiety and fears with them. By learning more about fear and anxiety in brain, scientists may able to create better treatments.
Symptoms of OCD:Symptoms of OCD may vary. Some common obsessions include:
Fear of causing harm to another. Fear of making a mistake. Fear of dirt or contamination by germs. Fear of being embarrassed or behaving in a socially unacceptable manner. Need for order, symmetry, or exactness. Excessive doubt and the need for constant reassurance. Fear of thinking evil or sinful thoughts.
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Published on Jun 5, 2014
Obsessiveness and compulsiveness are two different symptoms of this disorder. Obsessiveness comes from high ego which has desire to retain t...