I can’t get rid of my obsessions

“I wonder if I locked the door, got dirt, turned off the stove, is there anything missing, if I don’t ring the bell 5 times, will something bad happen tomorrow, if I don’t brush my teeth before going to bed, will my mother die?” Are you familiar with thought contents such as?, Are you a perfectionist?, Do you have routine behaviors that you do to prevent anything bad from happening to your loved ones? Can’t stop yourself from washing your hands? Is cleaning your biggest hobby? Are you late for appointments because of checking things out? Do you always have thoughts about sexuality that occupies your mind? Are you struggling with endless obsessions in your mind? Have you ever doubted that there may be any disease?

Don’t be afraid, you are not alone.

Such thoughts may come to our minds frequently during the day. But if our mind is too busy with these attachments and it affects our quality of life, stay here for a minute.

It would be helpful to learn about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Also known as obsessive compulsive disorder, the medical name of this disease is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a disease in which we have repetitive and uncontrollable thoughts and impulses in our minds, and we need to perform these impulse and behavioral rituals. People with obsessive compulsive disorder are aware that their obsessions and obsessions are unrealistic or irrational, but they cannot control themselves. “Obsessions” are repetitive thoughts, cravings, or frequent disturbing worries in a person’s mind. It occurs spontaneously despite the person’s efforts and causes depression in the person. The person may engage in some repetitive behaviors to eliminate this anxiety and anxiety. Negative thoughts of the person occupy the mind until they reach a positive thought. These obsessions; contamination, collecting and hiding, symmetry obsessions, sexual obsessions, religious obsessions. “Compulsions” are repetitive behaviors that the person cannot prevent himself from doing in order to reduce the anxiety caused by the obsessions. Examples of compulsions include praying a certain number of times because one thinks that an act is a sin, washing one’s hands frequently because he is touching someone else’s belongings, constantly cleaning, and checking repeatedly even though it is known that the stove is turned off. Living with OCD is difficult. It lowers your quality of life. Thoughts appear in your mind against your will. All the behaviors you do to reduce your anxiety continue in a vicious circle. The mind removes an attachment and replaces it with a new one. HOW CAN I GET BACK FROM MY OBSERVATIONS?The most powerful weapon you can use against this disease is cognitive behavioral therapy. EMDR THERAPYWith its help, you can learn how to change your obsessive thoughts and see how you can cope with your unwanted routine behaviors.

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