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Hello sir,
I am 26 years old male. I am suffering from OCD since 2.5 years. My theme of OCD is that I can't focus on person's eyes because of compulsive thoughts. My eyes fall down towards its chest or lips . I forcefully hold myself to see into eyes but it's uncontrollable.This happening repeatedly. Therefore I have stopped meeting people because this is very embarrassing to look at someone's breasts or lips continuously. I can't even attend classes of my university because of this . I can't even look at into eyes for 5 secs. It's all lack of serotonins in body. So Kindly suggest me any remedy so that I can cure my OCD.
  Sam22 on 2018-11-27
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Please let me know if your symptoms match with any of the following group:

Group A:
• Conscience, as if a crime had been committed. Inconsolable anguish, with complaints and lamentation.
• Hypochondriacal humour, with restlessness and anxiety.
• Fear of solitude, of spectres, and of robbers, with desire to hide oneself. Indecision and Changeable humour, which demands this at one time, that at another, and rejects everything after having obtained it.
• Despair, he finds no rest, especially at night, with anguish.
• Despondency, despair, weariness of life, inclination to suicide, or excessive fear of death, which is sometimes believed to be very near.
• Extreme sensibility of all the organs, all noise, conversation, and clear lights are insupportable. Great apathy and indifference.
• Great weakness of memory. Stupidity and dullness’.
• Delirium, with great flow of ideas.
• Madness, loss of mind (from the abuse of alcoholic drinks).
• Great Prostration, with rapid sinking of the vital forces; fainting. The disposition is:
• The greater the suffering the greater the anguish, restlessness and fear of death.
Group B:
• Exaltation spirit, with excessive loquacity.
• Full of fun and mischief, and laughs immoderately.
• Hallucinations and imaginations innumerable.
• Anguish, accompanied by great oppression: better in the open air.
• Constant fear of becoming insane.
• Exaggeration of duration of time and extent of space, seconds seem ages, a few rods an immense distance.
• Horror of darkness. Fear of approaching death. Inability to recall any thought or event, on account of different thoughts crowding on his brain.
• Sudden loss of speech, begins a sentence but cannot finish it.
• Stammering and stuttering. Exaltation of spirits, with excessive loquacity.
• Very absent-minded. Every few minutes he would lose himself, and then wake up, as it were, to those around him.
• Delirium tremens, trembling, hallucinations, tendency to become furious, nausea, unquenchable thirst. Laughs at merest trifle. Sudden loss of memory.
Group C:
• Unpleasant recollections & much weeping.
• Hypochondriacal, tired of life. Joyless, taciturn.
• Hurriedness, with anxiety and fluttering of heart.
• Prefers to be alone. Anthropophobia. Anxiety respecting the future.
• Indifference, laconic speech, moroseness, and unfitness for labour.
• Hatred to persons who have formerly given offence.
• Laughs immoderately and cannot be quieted.
• Difficulty of thinking, absence of mind.
• Weakness of memory and excessive forgetfulness. Heedlessness and distraction.
• Tendency to make mistakes in speaking and writing.
• Brain-fag, with sleeplessness, gloomy forebodings.
• Exhaustion after talking, embarrassment of rain.
• Incapacity for reflection, and fatigue from intellectual labour. Distraction, does not know what he ought to say. Awkwardness.
Group D:
• Impulse to hide or to run away, mistrust and suspicion.
• Taciturn madness, with sullen, cold, and wandering air, sighs, often seated with the hands joined, but without uttering any complaint.
• Despair of eternal happiness, with continual praying.
• Discouragement, indecision, dread of occupation, and obstructed respiration.
• Disposition envious, discontented, and covetous, exhibiting itself in a wish to appropriate everything.
• Caprice, with desire at one time for one thing, at another time for something else, either being rejected as soon as obtained.
• Hypochondriacal humour and moroseness, worse evening, often with repugnance to conversation, great sensitiveness, cries, and weeping.
• Ill-humour, sometimes with a dread of labour, and disgust or contempt for everything.
• Difficulty in expressing thoughts correctly when speaking, and tendency to omit letters when writing.iddiness, patient neither knows where he is nor what he does.
• Great flow of very changeful ideas.
• Weakness of memory. Fixed ideas. Stupidity.
Group E:
• Anxious sadness and excessive anguish, especially (at twilight) in evening and at night, with wish for solitude and inclination to weep.
• Restlessness which does not allow the patient to remain seated, and compels him to throw himself about in bed.
• Anguish with fear of death and sighs. Fear of being poisoned.
• Suicidal mania (desire to throw himself into the water).
• Moral dejection with anthropophobia.
• Helplessness and profound despondency.
• Weakness of memory and forgetfulness (cannot remember the most recent events).
• Want of ideas and of mental energy.
• Difficult comprehension. Slowness of conception and mental dullness. Delusions of the imagination and visions.
HealthyWorld 4 years ago
Hi, while waiting for cure, try practicing this.
When you talk to people do not directly look into
The eyes. Focus a bit to the left or right side of the face
In line with the eyes. People will not notice that you are doing this,
It will still seem like you are making normal eye contact.

This is a common issue with ocd- and this strategy works for many.
simone717 4 years ago

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