Obsessive-compulsive disorder

These conditions are a form of anxiety. Someone with OCD often has recurring thoughts about something that is worrying them and feels constantly compelled to reduce the source of anxiety. An example of OCD can be when a person washes their hands repeatedly for fear of germs. It is very easy to manage with the right treatment, which then reduces the likelihood of this condition interfering with everyday life.

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