You will need
- - "Deprem";
- - "Glycine".
Ask for help to a psychiatrist or psychotherapist. Good results are obtained with cognitive-behavioral therapy, which helps to form healthy patterns of behavior, replacing them pathological.
It is important to understand the nature of the disorder. The body tries to protect you. But sometimes he's in his "care" comes to the absurd, when you are forced to make a lot of meaningless rituals. For example, 10 times to pull the door handle to make sure that you have closed it. To overcome these symptoms need step by step.
Don't avoid situations that cause discomfort. On the contrary, consciously involve yourself in them. Let the feelings pass through you, feel them fully. At first, the discomfort will increase, but gradually subside. Exercise regularly, create a provocative situation "tease" yourself. With an effort of will hold yourself from performing the usual compulsive action.
It is very important to establish a stable routine. Get up and go at the same time. Eating is also better at certain hours. Disorganization only adds to the anxiety and suspiciousness. By the way, not all the rituals that are absurd, some are even useful. For example, washing hands, checking, switched off the iron. If they don't prevent you from living, get rid of them do not have. In this case, the therapist will help you change the perception of their obsessions, maybe even love them.
If neurosis accompanied by depression, take herbal anti-anxiety and sedatives. For example, "Deprim" on the basis of a dry extract of St. John's wort. It has a calming and antidepressant effect, improves the functional state of the nervous system.
In the treatment of OCD is well established glycine, aminouxusna acid. It reduces emotional stress, increases mental performance, improves mood, regulates functions of the autonomic nervous system and metabolism. In sleep disorders take glycine for 20 minutes before you go to bed.
Do not ignore moderate exercise. The best type of load obsessive-motion is a simple walk in the fresh air. A short walk before bedtime to facilitate sleep and make sleep more robust and less anxious.