Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-compulsive disorder is characterized by unwanted and recurring sensations, ideas or thoughts (obsessions) or an urge to do something repetitively (compulsions). Many thoughts and habits of people suffering from OCD doesn’t make logical sense and they find it hard to quit such habits.

Loved one's emotional support might help people with OCD feel connected, loved and protected. Expectations should be changed to reduce stress, adjustment periods during which it is important to endorse and verify the changes to ensure that the psychological effect on the individual is minimal. Improvement growth should be calculated according to the degree of working. They should be encouraged to do their best and you'll see changes in them if you stay patient slowly. Every small achievement is the proof that they are trying and should be valued for the same.

Given the lack of important mental health information, people close to OCD patients should be able to offer emotional support so they can feel comfortable and accepted. OCD patients are resistant to improvement, should be encouraged but not forced to challenge themselves for full work.

Skills in coping with various aspects of everyday life are important for those suffering from OCD, frequently being harassed, mocked or shamed for their success that makes them vulnerable to depression. Behavioral treatment will help the sufferer develop essential skills and improve life.

The severity of the OCD can vary from person to person. Disorder can affect many aspects of a person's life, such as jobs, schooling, career development, and connections. Despite being busy and dealing with the daily tasks, repetitive thoughts may make a person feel overwhelmed. Social partnerships are affected negatively, resulting in family conflict, alienation, and disappointment. The ability to enjoy life and handle complex life situations is severely affected which further leads to decreased educational and career-related achievements.


  • Obsessive thoughts: Repeated doubts appearing in mind
  • Suspicion about unfaithfulness of a partner
  • Worrying about getting hurt or opinion of others
  • Constant body sensations, breathing, or blinking
  • Compulsive habits: Repetitive activities done to reduce anxiety
  • Doing tasks in a certain number of times such as hand washing, checking if door is locked
  • Fear of using toilets, shaking hands
  • Cleaning or checking on things


7 Days

1 Chat/ Audio

(~ $14)

1 Video

(~ $22)

1 Session

Total: 45 Mins


28 Days

4 Chat/ Audio

(~ $50)

4 Video

(~ $83)

4 Sessions

Total: 180 Mins


56 Days

8 Chat/ Audio

(~ $97)

8 Video

(~ $154)

8 Sessions

Total: 360 Mins


1- Coffee, coffee, or tea stimulants make you feel nervous, and should be avoided. Complex carbohydrates maintain blood sugar level steady. Healthy foods should be eaten along with a healthy diet to remain fresh and energetic.

2- You may believe that alcohol helps alleviate anxiety, but the fact is that it produces much more before the body system is left.

3- Warm bath, sound sleep and soothing music are very important to mental health recovery.

4- Exercising frees up vital hormones on a daily basis, protects muscles and organs and reduces cholesterol in the body. Take your medicines at the right time.

5- Keep your vital contact number close you in case of emergency.

6- Remember that everybody has failures and achievements in life, any little step along the way is important to cheer up and rejoice.

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