There are some common obsessions and symptoms associated with OCD including fear of germs, hand washing, constantly checking things, worry and calling in to check on family and other symptoms. Some have obsessive thoughts without compulsions. Learn the difference between normal behaviors, and obsessive behavior, and how OCD is medically diagnosed, and what's the difference between OCD and OCPD.
Insight into the Symptoms of Hypochondriasis Anxiety over one's health is common, especially with the amount of medical information that is so easily accessible. However, this anxiety can turn into a fearful obsession with developing a serious disease, known as hypochondriasis. This article describes the signs and symptoms of this disorder.
OCD and Counting Counting is a form of obsessive compulsive disorder and can affect any age group. Read on to learn more about OCD counting and what drives people to do it.
Perfectionism and OCD Perfectionists strive for perfection with everything they do. Because they are never able to reach it, anxiety and depression take over. Perfectionism and OCD can be a problem for individuals who never know when their work is good enough.
Spotlight on the Most Common OCD Compulsions Obsessive compulsive disorder is a complex condition that affects people in different ways. Read on to learn about the most common OCD compulsions and how they affect people’s lives.
OCD Diagnosis- How is OCD Diagnosed? This article describes how an OCD diagnosis is made. It outlines what diagnostic criteria are used in the diagnosis of obsessive compulsive disorder.
List of OCD Symptoms OCD is also known as obsessive compulsive disorder and is characterized by obsessions and compulsions. Read on to find a list of OCD symptoms that are commonly seen.
How Do I Know if I Have OCD? OCD stands for obsessive compulsive disorder and encompasses a range of obsessive and compulsive behaviors. Read on to find out more about the signs and symptoms of OCD.
Insight into Pure O Symptoms Pure O symptoms vary based on the person who is experiencing them. In short, a person who has Pure O experiences at least one of several categories of obsessions, but does not experience any noticeable compulsions.