publish date 2021-09-06 08:34:21
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a neuropsychiatric illness of more than one type, and a person with OCD may combine two or more of these types.
Psychological consultant Jamal Froiz says: At first, a distinction must be made between the person with “obsessive-compulsive disorder” and the person with an obsessive-compulsive personality, because the person with this obsessive personality performs a number of behaviors that he does not want to do, or in a more correct sense he is harmed by doing them, but he cannot stop practicing them. .
types of disease
There are 5 main types of obsessive-compulsive disorder, they are: intellectual obsessive-compulsive disorder, psychomotor obsessive-compulsive disorder, delusional obsessive-compulsive disorder, fear-obsessive-compulsive disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Fruiz points out that intellectual obsessiveness is when a certain idea or several thoughts dominate the patient’s mind, and he cannot think about anything else, so he loses focus all the time, and he can only think about the idea that dominates his head, and the type of thoughts varies from one patient to another. Whoever controls his mind think about a particular philosophical issue, and there are those who think that someone is trying to squander his dreams.
The second type of obsessive-compulsive disorder is motor obsessive-compulsive disorder. “The sufferer of this type performs a number of behaviors against his will, and when you ask him why he did them, he often cannot answer, but he shows signs of anxiety if he does not do them, such as frequent hand washing and the desire to Changing clothes in case of exposure to dust, and other obsessive behaviors that a person does against his will and without clear reasons.”
And about hypochondriacal hypochondriasis, Froez says: “The sufferer of this type feels that he has a certain disease when he listens to its symptoms, and those with hypochondriacal hypochondria constantly visit doctors and analysis laboratories, and have constant suspicions that they have serious diseases and that those around them do not want them to know.”
He added: “The fourth type is obsessive fears, and the sufferer of this type has fears of illogical things, for example, most people are afraid to see a lion in reality, but the person with obsessive fears may be standing in front of a picture of a lion a reason for him to feel very afraid, and this may happen. Suddenly and at an advanced age.
Froez also explains that obsessive-compulsive disorder is the most dangerous type of obsessive-compulsive disorder, where a certain idea controls the mind of the sufferer of this type in a momentary, and often harmful thoughts, such as the person feeling a strong desire to hit someone for no reason, and in the case of resistance begins to feel short of breath and “Zalghalh” is dominated by the idea that he may die if he does not listen to the idea that came to his head.
The psychological consultant points out that the obsessive-compulsive disease is gradually on the patient, so if the person feels that he is doing actions against his will, which is the clearest feature of this mental illness, he should visit the doctor as soon as possible.
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