OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Kids and TeenagersTweet
My child in the morning, wakes up and tells me to put paste on her toothbrush. I diligently do that. But, hey, she says, not that much. It is too much. Or it is too little. You should apply it all over. You should not apply it all over. Well, is this OCD or not? Does it carry some other name. If it is limited to just few of the days stuff, is it alright? Answer to all these questions lies in understanding the term OCD to its root.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD in short has been affecting children of all ages and types. People talk a lot about older people having OCD, but in recent times, it has been found in many kids and school goers. The reaons of this are unknown but the facts can be measured and it can be postulated that the trend is growing.
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