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Anxiety

Two Causes of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder You Cannot Change

October 15, 2012

One of the beliefs that has never been discounted about OCD is how events in our lives can affect our mental stability. When listing the causes of obsessive compulsive disorder, a person’s environment is generally considered a possibility. Surroundings may be a primary reason for OCD, but how that translates into obsessions is not always […]

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The Unknown Causes for OCD

October 8, 2012

As with most mental disorders, there is not a completely singular reason for all cases of OCD. Causes of OCD are more likely based on several different events that form a cumulative quantity that, in simple terms, overflows or breaks the container which holds it. Scientists at one time believed that the occurrences of certain […]

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The Reason You Need Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Tests

September 30, 2012

If you feel you have traits that may be indicative of OCD, obsessive compulsive disorder tests are available for self help. It is simple and easy to assess yourself, as long as you answer all questions honestly. There are many online self help tests for anxiety and social disorders, but be sure to take one […]

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How to Cure Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Without Drugs and Therapy

September 12, 2012

Twenty years ago, no one could answer the question of how to cure obsessive compulsive disorder. Research into brain imaging technology has been instrumental in a better understanding of how the brain functions both in a normal and surreal capacity. Functional magnetic resonance imaging has been instrumental in explaining many mysteries of human thought. One […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder are Part of History

August 21, 2012

Humans make light of misfortunes in life many times as a way of hiding pain. Movies take some situations that are very difficult when they actually occur and make them into hysterical comedies. In the 1997 feature film “As Good As It Gets,” Jack Nicholson successfully plays a part where he emotes signs and symptoms […]

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Lack of Attitude – One of the Top Signs of Shyness

August 14, 2012

People often ask how to determine if someone is timid or just obnoxious, for signs of shyness can be misinterpreted by those unfamiliar with social anxiety. Our society is rather quick to place labels on anyone who behaves differently than expected. A person who has little to say is usually pigeon holed as unfriendly or […]

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