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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder-presentation

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Transcript of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder-presentation

Chou, Cheng-Yu &
Liu, Yi-Te Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder
Mental Illness presentation Table of Content Video PICTURES Conclusion 1. OCD is a complicated issue

2. Most cases are incurable(only alleviate illness)

3. Best form of treatment is CBT or MT in
combination with medication

4. Most important thing that can be done to discover more about OCD and its treatments is to research the brain Referencing(1) Amazon. (2013) Retrieved from https://s3.amazonaws.com/healthtap-public/ht-staging/user_answer/avatars/339394/large/open-uri20120804-13918-rne67.jpeg?1344107574
The Lundbeck Institute. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.cnsforum.com/imagebank/item/Neuro_biol_OCD/default.aspx
OCD-UK. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.ocduk.org/ocd Referencing(2) The National Institute of Mental Health. (2013-Feb-14). Retrieved from http://www.nimh.nih.gov/statistics/1ocd_adult.shtml
The National Institute of Mental Health. (2013-Feb-14). Retrieved from http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/obsessive-compulsive-disorder-when-unwanted-thoughts-take-over/complete-obsessive-compulsive-disorder-when-unwanted-thoughts-take-over.shtml#pub1 EFFECTS of OCD TREATMENTS CAUSES of OCD PREVALENCE PREDISPOSITION TYPES of OCD SYMPTOMS DEFINITION Checking
Washing
Intrusive Thoughts
Hoarding Feel the need (can't control):
to check things repeatedly
have certain thoughts
perform routines and rituals over and over Male and Female are equal.
Any races or cultures are the same
One's brain functions different Average Age-of-Onset: 19 1. Strong imagination and ability to make associations.
2. Higher IQ than normal people.
3. Long-term insecurity,the persistence of concerns about certain aspects.
4. Stress
5. Trauma
6. Possible genetic mutation 1. Waste a lot of daily time
2. Affect a lot in relationships
3. Many things cant be done
4. Psychological pressure 1. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy or Morita therapy
2. Medication
3. both (OCD-UK, 2013) Figure1: OCD cycle (HealthTap, 2013) Video1: Beat OCD Tip #1 Figure3: obsessive-compulsive disorder per 100,000 inhabitants in 2002 (data from:WHO, 2002; combined by Lokal_Profil, 2009-Nov-09) Figure4: lifetime prevalence in percent of U.S. adult population (NIMH, 2013) (NIMH, 2013) cause distress Obsessive: intrusive and irrational thoughts
Compulsive: repetitive rituals Discussion 1. What did you know about OCD before our presentation?

2. Do you think you have any symptom of OCD even the slightest?

3. Do you know anyone who has OCD?

4. In your opinion, how does OCD affect someone's relationships?

5. If your partner has OCD, would you help him/her get a treatment or enable him/her? obsessive thoughts
compulsive behaviors
repetitive action OCD is an Anxiety Disorder OVERVIEW of OCD OCD Analyzing... Figure2: Regions of the brain implicated in OCD (The Lundbeck Institute, 2011) OVERVIEW of OCD
TYPES of OCD
DEFINITION
SYMPTOMS
PREDISPOSITION
PREVALENCE
CAUSES
EFFECTS
TREATMENTS
CONCLUTION
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