If you suspect that you might suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder, also known as OCD, answer the questions below. If most of your answers are Yes, consider consulting with a health care professional for a more in-depth assessment.
- Do you have unwanted ideas, images, or impulses that seem silly, nasty, or horrible?
- Do you worry excessively about dirt, germs, or chemicals?
- Are you constantly worried that something bad will happen because you forgot something important, like locking the door or turning off appliances?
- Do you experience shortness of breath?
- Are you afraid you will act or speak aggressively when you really don’t want to?
- Are you always afraid you will lose something of importance?
- Are there things you feel you must do excessively or thoughts you must think repeatedly to feel comfortable or ease anxiety?
- Do you ever experience ‘jelly’ or ‘wobbly’ legs?
- Trouble falling or staying asleep, or restless and unsatisfying sleep?
- Do you wash yourself or things around you excessively?
- Do you have to check things over and over or repeat actions many times to be sure they are done properly?
- Do you avoid situations or people you worry about hurting by aggressive words or actions?
- Do you keep many useless things because you feel that you can’t throw them away?
For further information please contact:
Professor Christopher R. Stones (Clinical Psychologist and Behavioural Management Specialist)
Phone: 011-801-5616 (Reception)
Alternatively send a booking request.
NHC Health Centre
Cnr Christiaan de Wet Road & Dolfyn Street
(opposite Eagle Canyon Auto)