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  • 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.
  • Spotlight on the Symptoms of OCD in Adults
    OCD or obsessive compulsive disorder is characterized by a number of signs and symptoms. Recognizing these can be the first step towards a firm diagnosis.
  • 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.
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