Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) treatment in Kolkata

Risk Factors, Incidence and Causes

Today the disease has been one of the most common ailments and people within age thirty are more prone to it.

Although too many theories prevail as the cause of the disease none of these has been proved yet. Many theories have shown a sharp link with various head infections and injuries. Even reports and analysis has shown brain abnormalities with OCD, but these research results can never be dependable.

The symptoms of OCD include both obsessive and compulsive behaviours.

Signs of obsession include: –

  • Underlined maddening bits of knowledge
  • Fear of sullying
  • Persuading basic roles
  • Continuing on sexual encounters
  • Pictures of hurting someone you cherish
  • Examinations that you may cause others hurt
  • Examinations that you might be harmed

Obsessions about Hoarding or Saving: –

  • Steady checking
  • Constant counting
  • The continued cleaning of at least one thing
  • Over and again washing your hands
  • Always checking the stove or entryway locks
  • Masterminding things to confront a specific way

Obsessions with Sexual Content:-

  • Undesirable sexual considerations that one perspective as wrong and unsatisfactory
  • Dread of attacking a kid, regardless of not want to do as such
  • Fears that one might be gay

Dreary Rituals:-

  • Rehashing routine exercises for no legitimate reason
  • Rehashing inquiries again and again
  • Revamping or revising words or expressions

Silly Doubts:-

Unwarranted feelings of trepidation that one has neglected to do some normal errand, (for example, paying the home loan or marking a check)

Religious Obsessions (Scrupulosity):-

Troublesome disrespectful or offensive musings

Exorbitant worry about profound quality and right or off-base

Fixations on Aggressive Content:-

  • The dread of having caused some lethal disaster, (for example, a deadly fire)
  • Rehashed interfering pictures of savagery
  • The dread of showcasing a savage idea, (for example, cutting or shooting somebody)
  • The nonsensical dread of having harmed somebody (for instance the dread of having hit somebody while driving)

Fixations on Food and Weight:-

  • Distraction with nourishment or sustenance estimations
  • Customs including nourishment (for instance ensuring that each nibble is a similar size, not giving sustenance a chance to address plate, and so forth.)
  • Nonsensical feelings of dread that a few nourishment are awful or must be maintained a strategic distance from
  • Being overly worried about one’s weight (for instance measuring one’s self a few times each day)

Superstitious Fears:-

  • The conviction that specific numbers are “fortunate” or “unfortunate”
  • Inordinate, ritualized hand-washing, showering, showering, or tooth-brushing
  • The steady feeling that family things, for example, dishes, are debased and can’t be sufficiently washed to be “extremely perfect”

Impulses about Having Things Just Right:-

The requirement for symmetry and aggregate request in one’s condition (for instance, the need to arrange canned merchandise in the storeroom in sequential order arrange, to hang garments in precisely the same in the wardrobe consistently, or to wear certain garments just on certain days)

The need to continue accomplishing something until the point when one gets it “without flaw”

Storing Compulsions:-

  • Minutely investigating family unit waste on the off chance that some “profitable” thing has been tossed out
  • Amassing pointless articles
  • Checking Compulsions
  • Over and over verifying whether an entryway is bolted or an apparatus is killed
  • Checking to make certain one has not hurt somebody (for instance, driving around and around the square to check whether anybody has been keep running over)
  • Checking and re checking for botches, (for example, when adjusting a check book)
  • Checking related with substantial fixations, (for example, over and again looking at oneself for indications of a disastrous illness)

Different Compulsions:-

  • Neurotic gradualness in completing even the most routine exercises
  • Squinting or gazing customs
  • Approaching again and again for consolation (inquire as to whether you don’t know!)
  • Practices in view of superstitious convictions, (for example, settled sleep time customs to “avert” insidious or the need to abstain from venturing on splits in the walkway)
  • A sentimental fear if some subjective demonstration isn’t performed,
  • The overwhelming need to advise somebody something or to request that somebody something or admit something
  • The need to touch, tap or rub certain items over and again
  • Including impulses: checking sheets windows or boards along a thruway, for instance
  • Mental customs, for example, discussing quiet supplications in a push to influence an awful idea to leave
  • Over the top rundown making

But quite surprisingly at Mon Ke Niye all treatments are achieved successfully without the minimal dosage of medication. Through counselling, psychotherapy-, every disease has got a productive cure and healing at Mon Ke Niye.

Happy Healing!