Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a form of anxiety disorder during which an individual might suffer from unwanted thoughts and fears which cause him to perform actions that are sometimes meaningless and most of the times unwanted. An individual suffering from OCD would try to stop the obsessions he is facing but he wouldn’t be successful in doing this.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder most of the times targets on issues and reasons that make a person develop a constant behaviour which, most of the times, effects his daily life. A number of factors such as Genetics, Environment as well as low brain neuro-transmitter level are thought as reasons of the major reasons of OCD. History of OCD in family, stressed life and pregnancy are also one of the reasons responsible for OCD.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) has been found to be the best in treatment of OCD in people suffering from the problem in Childhood as well as Adulthood. The ‘Exposure and Response Prevention’ step of the CBT assists a person in managing the obsessions and compulsions which one faces and helps in living an improved life. An additional therapy for quicker response is the Ayurvedic treatment which can accelerate the treatment process. People who seem to be resistant to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy have also been found to be treated with help of this treatment.
A number of Ayurvedic treatment medicines can be used for treatment of depression problems and reduce the obsession thoughts. Numerous herbal medicines can be used for the treatment purposes.Obsessions and compulsion are two acts which are thought to be due to disturbance in human mind, according to the Ayurvedic Patho-Physiology. Treatment of this issue can be a major step in the treatment of OCD.
The process of this treatment is based on a number of steps. These steps include massaging of the body with the help of medical oils such as the Mahanarayan Oil as well as the Mahamash Oil. There are a number of special procedures which are helpful and these include Shiro-Basti as well as Virechan-Nasya. Repetition of the sessions of using medicated enemas with the help of medicines such as Dashmool-Qadha, Sahachar Oil as well as Vishgarbha Oil.
The complications associated with the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can be numerous. These might include thoughts of suicide, behaviour abuse and depression or anxiety at severe levels. Patients suffering from OCD should be sent under the care of a Psychiatrist who supervises such patients.