Obsessive-compulsive disorder due to worries has become very prevalent in kids these days. These children cannot stop worrying, which makes the symptoms even more uncontrollable and severe. The consistent signs of worries often force them to behave in an unexpected manner.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a type of anxiety disorder, which parents often fail to recognize. It has been observed that kids with OCD become preoccupied with whether something could be fatal or wrong. Some kids also experience scary thoughts or images, which affects their relationship with people, social life, and overall quality of life.
It has been observed that children also fail to communicate this to their parents and feel hyper-anxious all the time. They sometimes act and react violently without knowing or perceiving the surrounding; in fact, they often tend to misbehave in social settings.
Doctors and scientists do not understand exactly what causes obsessive-compulsive disorder. Some scientists and experts believe that certain changes in the balance of brain chemicals causes OCD.
OCD can make day to day activities difficult for kids and teens. It even makes it difficult for them to complete their tasks, such as homework, act, or react in a pleasant manner or to enjoy their life. In addition to feeling anxious, restless, frustrated, or guilty for not being able to control their own thoughts or emotions, kids with OCD also may suffer from low self-esteem and self-confidence.
Certain possible signs of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) are:
- unusually high rate of soap or paper towel usage
- a sudden drop in test grades
- a persistent fear of illness
- continuous fear, worry, and anxiety.
OCD is a common problem, which often remains undiagnosed. However, if a child continuously shows bad behavior, anxiety, prolonged depression, or fear of illness, then talking to your doctor is the best option. Other disorders that often co-occur with OCD include anxiety, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), learning disorders, etc.
Doctors often recommend cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and medication as per the severity of the condition. However, due to the side effects of prolonged medication, today, most people look for non-invasive and friendly remedies for their kids; as a result, they choose blessing, healing, counseling, Chinese herbs, acupuncture, acupressure, Indian Ayurveda, homeopathy, Unani, Siddha, yoga, meditation, reiki, tai-chi, and qi-gong, etc. Most of these methods have a positive influence and can minimize or eliminate the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder, but takes very long time to heal.
However, today, an alternative treatment has showed incredible results on people and kids with obsessive-compulsive disorder known as the Trivedi Effect®. The Trivedi Effect® is a natural phenomenon that, when harnessed and transmitted by individuals, transforms living organisms and non-living materials so they can function at their highest level and serve a greater purpose. Mahendra Trivedi, Dahryn Trivedi, and Master Gopal possess the ability to transmit the Trivedi Effect®.
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