OCD is characterized by two main components:
- obsessions: repetitive, unwanted thoughts or images
- compulsions: repetitive, ritualized behaviors a person is driven to do
Although many people have experienced obsessions and compulsions at some point in their lives, if you have OCD, these thoughts and behaviors often interfere with daily life. The condition can eventually cause problems at home, at work, and in relationships.
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Obsessions are frequent, unwelcome, and intrusive thoughts.
Compulsions are repetitive behaviors or mental acts that you have a strong urge to repeat that are aimed at reducing your anxiety or preventing some dreaded event.