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psychiatry problem

I feel very anxious when I sleep during night. I keep worrying if I have locked the door or not and have to get up and check once again before I can sleep. I feel I have a psychiatry problem. What should I do?
Sat, 9 Jan 2010
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  User's Response
hi mam, i feel your suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder.The treatment of OCD include pharmacotherapy, particular forms of behavior therapy (exposure and response prevention and some forms of CBT), education and family interventions, and neurosurgical treatment in extremely refractory cases.
  User's Response
I read some time back about OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). It seems in this people have the habit of doing things again and again- like checking doors, washing hands and all. They keep on doing this many times and are never stop – something like that.
  User's Response
This is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.You dont worry,you can get over it.You might need counsellor help.
  User's Response

hi im naleen from sri lanka .. im suffering from done lot of treatment for relif it.but its usless , pls help me to concentrate my mind in trouble.

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