Anxiety Disorder Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Assessment Quiz

Anxiety Disorder Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Assessment Quiz.

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Do you have to check or confirm things repetitively because not doing so would cause you too much discomfort or allow something bad to happen?
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NO
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Do you pay excessive attention to details?
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Do you have certain mental attitudes (e.g., washing your hands, arranging objects, checking things) or actions (e.g., praying, counting or repeating words in silence) which you feel obliged to do repeatedly in order to calm down your anxiety or discomfort?
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OCCASIONALLY

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Do certain attitudes or mental actions cause you great discomfort because they represent a waste of time or interfere with your daily routine or working, academic or social relationships?
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OCCASIONALLY

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Do you feel much anxiety when you see something untidy or dirty, and you cannot fix it?
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OCCASIONALLY

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Are you afraid of getting contaminated (soil, germs, chemicals, radiation) and so you wash and tidy up yourself many times a day?
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OCCASIONALLY

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Are you too worried about cleanliness?
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OCCASIONALLY

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Are you repeatedly asking your family members questions as "Have I molested someone?" or "My hands should be clean now, right?"
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Do you tend to get delayed on your work or other activities because you repeat or check things many times?
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Are you frequently disturbed by unpleasant ideas or images that invade your mind involuntarily?
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Do you usually spend too much time checking or verifying things?
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Are you usually excessively concerned about germs and diseases?
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Do daily easy activities often make you have many doubts?
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Does arranging your clothes or things demand you too much effort or dedication?
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OCCASIONALLY

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Do you have to check your neighborhood to make sure they have not hit someone with their car or assaulted someone
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How often do you feel assaulted by thoughts you consider dirty and find it difficult to reject?
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Do you have sexual or religious thoughts you consider unacceptable, and so they cause you discomfort?
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Do you use large amounts of antiseptic products?
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OCCASIONALLY

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Do you have difficulty in making decisions?
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OCCASIONALLY

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Do you avoid touching things in the street because you are afraid of catching a disease?
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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Assessment Quiz : Anxiety Disorder Type

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What is OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

Obsessive-compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder characterized by the presence of intrusive, recurrent and persistent thoughts (obsessions), that cause restlessness, rejection, fear or concern, and repetitive attitudes or mental actions (compulsions) that the individual performs with the purpose of reducing his discomfort or avoiding a negative event.

Obsessions are disturbing and irrational thoughts, undesired ideas, impulses or images, that appear repeatedly in the person’s mind. They come out once and again in an intrusive, annoying way and cannot be rejected or avoided. The person recognizes that they are thoughts emerged from his mind, not imposed from the outside. He knows these thoughts are irrational, but at the same time, he fears they may be true. When trying to avoid these thoughts, the person feels a high level of anxiety.

Signs and Symptoms of OCD

Anxiety Disorder Obsessive Compulsive

The most common obsessions include ideas of pollution (fear of dirtiness or germs), repulsion for body waste or fluids, concern about order, symmetry and precision, fear of having sinful or bad thoughts, thinking for a long time about certain images, sounds, words or numbers, fear of harming other people.

Compulsions are rituals, actions or thoughts that the person performs in a strict, stereotyped and repetitive manner. The individual repeats these actions because, in doing so, he feels a reduction of anxiety and momentary relief. In general, the individual recognizes that his behavior is senseless and does not get any pleasure in performing such actions, although they relieve temporarily his tension.

Another characteristic symptom of OCD is the pathological doubt. This symptom generates inability to make decisions and interferes with the individual’s normal performance. The affected person becomes insecure and looks for other people’s help to make decisions he cannot take by himself, thus creating a dependence on them.

Possible secondary symptoms of this disorder are anxiety, depression, aggressiveness, phobias, sexual dysfunctions, perceptual alterations, etc.

Anxiety Disorder Obsessive Compulsive

Obsessions consist of intrusive thoughts, disturbing mental images or irrational impulses that happen repeatedly. These mental images, thoughts or impulses can create enormous amounts of anxiety and bad feelings. Of course, just because a person has a bad thought doesn’t mean that they have OCD. Yet if the person spends at least an hour every day focused on these intrusive thoughts or if the impulses become so time-consuming that they intrude into your daily life, then you may have OCD.

You may be deathly afraid of being contaminated. You may think that whatever you touch could infect your body or even your mind. This unreasonable fear can begin to create anxieties where you are terrified about leaving your house or even your room so you don’t become contaminated by anything that may come in contact with you.

Taboo and forbidden thoughts can encompass unwanted sexual and religious images and impulses. These thoughts may involve having a fear of being attracted to family members, children and other people. You may also have obsessive religious impulses where you continually repeat certain rituals, such as kissing religious objects or repeating prayers, in order to avoid sin.

Treatment Options

Anxiety Disorder Obsessive Compulsive

On an average approximately 200,000 people in US suffer from OCD. There are treatments available however this condition can’t be cured. The symptoms can last for many years and even some times lifelong.

The symptoms usually begin gradually and may increase or vary throughout person’s life.

Therapy such as CBP (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Aversion Therapy, Psychotherapy, Rational emotion behaviour therapy (ERP) have worked in patients suffering from OCD.

Medicines Available 

Fluoxetine:

It can treat depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), bulimia nervosa, and panic disorder.

Escitalopram:

It can treat depression and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).

Sertraline:

It can treat depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), social anxiety disorder, and panic disorder.

Buspirone: 

Buspirone works well on anxiety

Venlafaxine:

It can treat depression, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and social anxiety disorder.

Always consult with your doctor or mental health professional before starting or taking any medications.

How Self Assessment can help patients

You will answer 20 questions. The answers are as simple as Yes, No or Occasionally. Based on your inputs, the assessment quiz will calculate your scores and provide the results.

Results will tell you if there are enough signs of an obsessive-compulsive disorder. Or whether you suffer from repetitive obsessions or attitudes that causes excessive discomfort. Make you waste a significant amount of time or interfere significantly with your daily routine or working, academic or social relationships.

Some people show mild signs of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), not sufficient enough to clinically classify them as suffering from OCD. Even though the results may appear normal, they may have a personality with obsessive characteristic. Signs includes person showing concerns or attitudes that may cause a mild discomfort or make him/her waste the time. This discomfort if not treated by medical professional can interfere with your daily routine or your working, academic or social relationships.

Person with confirmed OCD signs has a considerable tendency to obsessive ideas or compulsions. These obsessions or repetitive attitudes cause them excessive discomfort. The discomfort can affect your ability to concentrate on the things or work, thus making you waste a significant amount of time.

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