is a complex psychological condition in which patients have uncontrollable, recurring thoughts (obsessions) and behaviors (compulsions) and the urge to repeat actions over and over.
has recorded several deliveries of relief goods either by plane or by ship to help the 911 families or 2,963 people affected.
Most people have a basic understanding of OCD
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder but many do not know its depth or prevalence.
In a statement, Ricardo Jalad, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) administrator and OCD
executive director, said that as of May 30, a total of P5.164 billion had already been released for the Marawi rehabilitation and reconstruction program, with P4.8 billion released in 2018.
Instead of relying on these donations, Jalad said the OCD
utilized its Quick Response Fund (QRF) to ensure expeditious delivery of services to the victims in Marawi.
In one prospective study of 461 women who recently gave birth, researchers found the prevalence of OCD
symptoms was 11% at 2 weeks postpartum.
Among these measurements normal IPD, ICD and OCD
are the vital features to be known.
Literature reveals that visual-spatial integration and working memory functions are the cognitive abilities most commonly observed as disorders in OCD
"I know I've got serious OCD
on light switches now, which is terrible," Prince William added.
Puleston-Davies (Tin Star, Vera, Coronation Street, Being Human) - a patron of OCD
UK - will screen 'Dirty Filthy Love', the film he co-wrote with Jeff Pope.
Through the #RealOCD campaign, the IOCDF will be inviting members of the community to share short videos on social media in which they tell others, "What I want you to know about OCD
." The goal of the campaign will be to help educate the general public about what it's really like to have OCD
and to dispel common stigmas and misinformation.
It has been proposed that OCD
was associated with broad impairment in executive functioning and these impairments were not associated with comorbid depression or general motor slowing (1).