It’s a condition in which a person can have, Repetitive thoughts, Images, or impulses. The repetitive thoughts can be about cleanliness, religion, or sexual content. The person tries to resist it but unable to do so. This can lead to compulsive behaviors of handwashing, checking rituals, or any other repetitive behavior.
If the symptoms are long-standing and impacting life then it might be Obsessive-compulsive disorder. It’s a treatable condition. This can be managed with medication and psychotherapy.
Causes Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)?
- OCD Researchers suggest that obsessive Compulsive Disorder symptoms may involve communication errors among different parts of the brain.
- Constant awareness of breathing, blinking, or other body sensations.
- Every time Doing tasks in a specific order or a certain “good” number of times.
- Blood flow patterns among people with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder compared with controls.
- Cortical and basal ganglia regions are most strongly implicated.