What is OCD?
The International OCD Foundation describe Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) as a mental health disorder that affects people of all ages and walks of life, and occurs when a person gets caught in a cycle of obsessions and compulsions. It describes obsessions and compulsions in the following way:
Obsessions are thoughts, images or impulses that occur over and over again and feel outside of the person’s control. Individuals with OCD do not want to have these thoughts and find them disturbing. In most cases, people with OCD realize that these thoughts don’t make any sense. Obsessions are typically accompanied by intense and uncomfortable feelings such as fear, disgust, doubt, or a feeling that things have to be done in a way that is “just right.”
Compulsions are the second part of obsessive compulsive disorder. These are repetitive behaviours or thoughts that a person uses with the intention of neutralizing, counteracting, or making their obsessions go away. People with OCD realize this is only a temporary solution but without a better way to cope they rely on the compulsion as a temporary escape. Compulsions can also include avoiding situations that trigger obsessions.
The above was extracted from the International OCD Foundation (see website for further information.)
Ingredients: OCD Relief Formula contains a blended infusion of vibrational essences in purified water and alcohol (brandy 21-23%) or vegetarian glycerine as a preservative. This formula also assists in relieving stress and Anxiety which are characteristic symptoms of OCD. The formula is also available with Vegetable glycerine as a preservative if you are unable or unwilling to ingest alcohol or are Vegan.
Directions:Take 2 – 4 drops under the tongue or add the drops to a small glass of water , preferably Dr Willard’s water and sip slowly.
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