Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, or OCD as it’s better known, can really devastate lives but it doesn’t need to … there IS a way out.
OCD is more common than you may think with an estimated 3 million sufferers, just in the US. That’s 3 million lives affected by regular and continuous obsessive thoughts and resultant compulsive behaviors and if you’re one of them, or think you may be then read on, you’re not alone in your battle against this disorder and there IS a solution.
OCD affects lives in many different ways – ways such as:
- Regular and continuous obsessive thinking which, no matter how you try, cannot be suppressed. Sometimes described as a brain itch which just has to be scratched but never stops itching.
- Frequent and intense feelings that you must perform certain tasks or rituals “correctly” such as in a certain order, a certain number of times, or with perfect symmetry.
- Obsessions and compulsions that you realize may not make any sense whatsoever but, whatever you do and however hard you try, you just can’t suppress them.
- A paranoid specific obsessive focus that can be on anything but often on things like dirt, germs or cleanliness that leads to compulsive actions and behaviors such as cleaning, frequent hand-washing, disinfecting or sanitizing.
- Obsessive and repeated checking of things such as door locks or appliances because you doubt yourself.
- Compulsion to count things, anything at all – can be completely random.
- Obsessive worry that if you don’t perform a task, ritual, compulsion or follow a normal routine that something terrible will occur.
- Collecting, hoarding or being unable to throw things away is another form of OCD.
- Other compulsive disorders such as hair pulling (trichotillomania), Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), or hypochondria.
- Fear of acting in an embarrassing or socially inappropriate manner, maybe by shouting obscenities, swearing or behaving in a way that’s against your morals and values.
- Compulsion to gain reassurance from people or engage in superstitious or impulsive behaviors.
This is not an exhaustive list but just a tiny example of just some of the more common symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
If you want to beat the effects of OCD then there’s one particular system that’s working really well right now – it’s called Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT and you can read more about it here:
OCD Treatment Options
If you are struggling with OCD then you’ll understand just how incredibly powerful and time-consuming it can be and how much it can seem to take over your entire life. It may be classed as an anxiety disorder but OCD is very different from all other fears because the fear itself is very often unavoidable and that’s because it’s not a real thing but comes from the brain. Think about it – if you’re scared of the dentist you don’t have to go, if you’re frightened of the dark you can leave a light on, OCD is different though, what you’re actually frightened of is your very own thoughts, no matter how irrational they may be.
OCD is incredibly powerful and potentially has a devastating effect on lives. It can feel terrifying, it can take over your entire life and just won’t go away. No matter how fast you run, where you try and hide OCD will always catch up with you or find you … it feels like there’s just no escape from yourself. You become your own worst enemy and the more you try to suppress the obsessive thoughts, the more you try and refrain from the compulsive actions the more they are there and the worst they actually get.
Now though, there IS a way out … introducing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – a professional program put together by experts and guaranteed to work. There’s now no reason to suffer from OCD anymore – you take back your freedom and life.
The goal of the CBT program is not to simply help you cope with OCD but to end the destructive cycle that creates the problem completely so that you’re not learning how to manage or live with OCD but how to manage and live without it.
We don’t claim it to be a magic bullet or miracle cure but with effort and dedication on your part it WILL work and if it doesn’t it comes with a full money back guarantee and a personal promise. You can study the program, take plenty of time to try it out, and make up your own mind, on your terms. If it’s not everything claimed and MORE, take your money back, in full, no questions asked … now that’s SOME promise!
Don’t take our word for it though – read more over on the official website.