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Obsessive-compulsive disorder, better known as OCD affects approximately 2 percent of our nations population to which most of them are women. An individual suffering from OCD has a difficult time leading a normal life due to their repetitive rituals and
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*******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD How to overcome your child’s Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) ? ----------------------- The child with obsessive-compulsive disorder or generalized anxiety can have a difficult time in school. Obsessive thoughts and an intense need to perform rituals can cause a lot of difficulty with learning. ----------------------- Children with OCD, exhibit the most common obsessions include: • fear of dirt or germs. • fear of contamination. • a need for symmetry, order, and precision. • religious obsessions. • fear of illness or harm coming to oneself or relatives. • preoccupation with household items. • unproductive hours spent doing homework. • a persistent fear of illness. • a continual fear that something terrible will happen to someone. ----------------------- 1.Identification of the triggers and eliminating the stimuli or altering it could ease the situation. 2. Exposing kids to their fears could desensitize the fears and eventually eliminate the anxiety. ----------------------- 3. Family support and cooperation also go a long way toward helping a child cope with OCD. 4. Avoid any day-to-day comparisons and recognize and praise any small improvements. ----------------------- 5. These children need a lot of love, patience, and understanding. Children with OCD deserve special education. 6. Appraise the teacher and involve them in desensitizing the problem. Special care must be taken to ward off teasing and bullying. ----------------------- If you found this “inside information” helpful, make sure to get my Free E-Report, One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child. ----------------------- It’s absolutely Free and it contains 20 of my Answers to the most top FAQs on Disciplining Toddlers and knowing this information will certainly help you bringing up your child most effectively. ----------------------- Some of the Questions I have Answered in this FREE E-Report is as under: no.1, Deal with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) using Four Proven strategies no.2, How I ended my child sleeping problems with five easy routines? no.3, Five Easy strategies that could free Your Child’s Fifteen Phobias no.4, Seven simple routines to End Your Child's Separation Anxiety? no.5, Which is More Effective ADHD Medication or Behavior Modification? ----------------------- Readers are asking many questions about Disciplining your Child, which we could not answer individually. In view of this and keeping in view the request of the readers, I have identified 20 FAQs, and an attempt is made to answer all such questions, and the result is this exclusive E-Report for you which is absolutely free. ----------------------- Visit the link below right now to download the Free E-Report One Stop Resource with Highly Proven Strategies for Disciplining your Child and you also get other Free E-Book Smart Parenting, together these resources certainly help you in disciplining your child. Visit: *******bit.ly/DownloadFreeE-ReportonDISCIPLININGCHILD Thank you.
3 Jan 2011
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*******bit.ly/anxiety-free-child-program child mental illness – child obsessive compulsive disorder – depression in kids The anxiety free child program has been created specifically for children and their unique situations. This course is not a magic pill that solves all your child's problems with no effort on your part. The anxiety free child program shows you exactly what to do, and how to do it. It is not packed full of high brow lingo that makes no sense, and useless statistics that do nothing to help you. I have seen this kind of information in a couple other products I found online when researching this. *******bit.ly/anxiety-free-child-program child mental illness – child obsessive compulsive disorder – depression in kids
22 Feb 2011
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*******www.obsessivecompulsivepersonality**** Obsessive compulsive disorder is a mental health condition rarely seen in general population.
5 Mar 2012
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"Types of OCD - By Dr. Sanjay Jain This video is about one of the common types of OCD (Obsessive compulsive disorder) in which a person repeatedly gets Bad/Sexual thoughts or see such images of God or family members which is totally out of your control and against his wish whole day. This causes severe anxiety, distress, and guilt. Such a person may go into depression and even get suicidal thoughts. This condition is completely treatable with proper psychotherapy and medication. Consult a psychiatrist get relief from such unwanted thoughts. Jain Neuropsychiatry & De-addiction Clinic in Jaipur Dr. Sanjay Jain #psychiatrist #jaipur #ocd #type
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Wrocław – miasto spotkań, miasto młodych, miasto nocnego szaleństwa i wolności. Taka też jest Obsessive Group. Nastawiona na młodego odbiorcę, elektryzująca i wyzwolona. Nasz zespół to jednak nie tylko symbol wigoru i zabawy, wierzymy bowiem, że tylko na podwalinach systematyczności i rzetelności, możemy stworzyć silną więź zaufania, pomiędzy nami, a klientem. Obsessive Group łącząc to, co nowe i świeże, z tym, co sprawdzone i pewne, gwarantuje realizowanie niezliczonych zleceń na wysokim poziomie. Naszą ideą jest zaspokajanie wszelkich wymagań szerokiej klienteli. Realizujemy najbardziej innowacyjne i odważne projekty; nasza domena to eventy o bogatej tematyce, a także imprezy firmowe czy choćby mniejsze i większe wieczory kawalerskie/panieńskie, urodziny na zamówienie itp. Zajmujemy się również realizacją profesjonalnych sesji zdjęciowych, które uświetniają zarówno najlepsi fotografowie w kraju, jak i piękne hostessy i modelki. Jesteśmy w posiadaniu szerokiej bazy kontaktów, współpracujemy z wieloma sprawdzonymi firmami oraz całym sztabem specjalistów z dziedziny PR, marketingu oraz organizacji eventów. Wszelkie sukcesy zawdzięczamy wytężonej pracy naszych fachowców, ale jednocześnie dużej dawce polotu i szalonej inwencji. Zapewniamy – z nami nie można się nudzić – zaskakujemy, idziemy z duchem czasu, zmieniamy rzeczywistość, naginamy czasoprzestrzeń. Sprawdź nas, poznaj, zasmakuj. Obsessive Group to eskapada w nieznane. Obsessive Group uzależnia! W skład Obsessive Group wchodzą: Obsessive City i jego Da Carnival i Holiday Shock; Obsessive Dance Show; Obsessive Hostess, Obsessive Models, a także Sun Festival. Obsessive Group specjalizuje się w organizacji m.in.: - imprez firmowych, tematycznych, i specjalnych, - wyjazdów integracyjnych, incentive i motywacyjnych, - uroczystych gali, - imprez reklamowych i prezentacji nowych produktów, - organizacji targów i stoisk wystawienniczych, - imprez promocyjno – sprzedażowych, - uroczystych imprez otwierających, - imprez „team-building", - happeningów, - opraw artystycznych i wizualnych (pokazy taneczne, mody, hosting), - niezapomnianych i oryginalnych wieczorów kawalerskich i panieńskich, - imprez klubowych, plenerowych, - profesjonalnych sesji zdjęciowych, - promocji artystów, modelek i modeli, Powiedz, co Cię interesuje, a my to zorganizujemy. -Obsessive Group Team-
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SMARTPHONE OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER (OCD) Smartphone Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is caused by the constant usage of smartphones, or it can be simply called a smartphone addiction that leads to insomnia, Stress, and anxiety among many other things. The idea of staying connected 24 by 7 has caused the stress to be increased to a new level. Due to this executives and professionals are spending much more time on smartphones and tablets by checking and responding to emails and messages, socializing with others. The smartphone OCD is slowly turning into a type of epidemic diseases. A 2015 report by global workplace provider Regus showed that with the arrival of smartphones work is increasingly interrupting family life. This has affected the balance between work and life to a great extent as people have started taking the work matters out of the office more frequently as compared to earlier times . A July 2015 Gallup poll of 15,747 adult smartphone users found that half of the people check their phone a few times every hour (41%) or every few minutes (11%). When they examined 18- to 29-year-old smartphone owners, those figures increased to 51% checking a few times an hour and 22% checking every few minutes. The following are the impacts of Smartphone OCD 1)Anxiety and depression 2)Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 3)Sleep disturbances 4)Lack of concentration and poor Productivity Due to this OCD people start complaining about not having enough time to spend with family. It starts affecting our sleep Cycle, Work Productivity, etc. It can cause the stress level to go very high unless we make a conscious effort to take some time off. How we can overcome the Smartphone OCD in a few simple steps 1)Switch off the cell phones while at home 2)Keep a proper time schedule so as to when to check the phone during the day 3)Stay cut off with internet and all the emails when you are holidaying with family and friends
3 May 2019
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Pablo seriously thinks things can only be good after performing this ritual.
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*******bit.ly/anxiety-free-child-program - anxiety separation in children – childhood obsessive compulsive disorder Defined by persistent Obsessions (intrusive, unwanted thoughts, images, ideas or urges) and/or Compulsions (intense uncontrollable repetitive behaviors or mental acts related to the obsessions) that are noted to be unreasonable and excessive. These obsessions and compulsions cause notable distress and impairment and are time consuming (more than one hour a day). The most common obsessions concern dirt and contamination, repeated doubts, need to have things arranged in a specific way, fearful aggressive or murderous impulses, and disturbing sexual imagery. The most frequent compulsions involve repetitive washing of hands or using handkerchief/tissue to touch things; checking drawers, locks, windows, and doors; counting rituals; repeating actions; and requesting reassurance. *******bit.ly/anxiety-free-child-program - anxiety separation in children – childhood obsessive compulsive disorder
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*******www.paxilbirthdefectlaw****/paxil-ssri-antidepressants/ A Brief History of Paxil, an SSRI Antidepressant Paxil is made and sold by GlaxoSmithKline, Paroxetine is used to treat depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, and anxiety disorders. Paroxetine was approved as Paxil in 1992 by the US FDA. In 2006, doctors issued 19.7 million Paxil prescriptions. Paxil is a potent member of the selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor (SSRI) class of antidepressants. SSRIs prevent receptors in the human brain from absorbing serotonin that has already been released. Serotonin helps maintain feelings of well being, so preventing re-absorption alleviates negative feelings. Although Paxil is a very popular drug, researchers are currently trying to determine whether Paxil has caused birth defects in children born to mothers who were taking the drug while pregnant. This video was created to explain a brief history about Paxil. If you or someone you know has been injured by Paxil, contact the Rottenstein Law Group at 888-976-8529. You might be entitled to compensation for your injury. Category: Education Tags: paxil paroxetine gsk fda health mothers pregnancy ssri antidepressant depression anxiety ocd obsessive-compulsive disorder panic panic disorder anxiety disorders serotonin birth defects
27 Sep 2011
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