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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : I have ocd and have these compulsions that interfere with college?

I been diagnosed with OCD for over 3 years now. When I’m reading like for a history textbook, I always tend to re-read the last sentence before I have to turn the page, then I turn the page over 2 times. It’s really aggravating cause I get anxious if I don’t follow through with my compulsion. What should I do? Please help.

Answer by Amanda
Get back to a doctor–it is hard to break OCD on your own.

Answer by tacoknot
Its your thoughts that control your feelings and actions, not the other way around. You feel like you need to do these things, but you really don’t. Next time you feel anxious, just say something positive to yourself. “I feel fine.” “I’m not going to let this get to me.” It will feel silly at first and you may still get anxious, but after a while you will start believing it and be able to control your emotions easier.

The next best thing I can tell you is to see a therapist and a psychiatrist. They can help you with your problems and hopefully get past them. 😀 Good luck!

Answer by deepthi
I know what its like bcoz i’m too suffering from ocd and my case is even worse than urs…its like if i think of a person’s face or if i dont repeat some words 6 or 11 times while studying then i won’t be able to do my exams properly…

Its better to consult ur dr and get medication for this and also try to go to meditation helps to increase ur concentration and focusing ability..

Answer by Jerry
OCD is an anxiety spectrum disorder, and the obsessions and compulsions are a way of avoiding, or coping with it, so; treat the underlying anxiety effectively, replacing your habit with the EFT, below, or (hopefully only temporarily) something more socially acceptable, like using worry beads, stress ball, electronic palm held game, or stringing beads, etc. It’s important to regularly monitor, and deal with a negative internal monologue (self talk), or mental process, such as disturbing thoughts, images, impulses, or emotions, by the process of (a): recognising it, and (b): challenging it immediately. Technique For Re-Programming Negative Thoughts: When you notice something negative, such as: “I can’t do this/ am never going to get over this!” or: “Why am I always so pathetic/useless/such a loser?” or even an image, emotion, or a memory; recognise that it is being generated from the negative part of your mind. Having identified and labelled it, visualise a large, red, flashing, “STOP!” sign, and/or possibly a stern faced person wagging an index finger at you in a negative manner, then say to yourself as forcefully as you can, even aloud in a big voice, if alone: “I know this tactic: GO AWAY FOR A WHILE !!!” You may want to use either: “ruse”, “ploy”, “game”, or “trick”. In the case of an image, visualise a large “STOP” sign, or your preferred version. Some people go so far as to keep a wide rubber band in their pocket, then put it around their wrist, when they catch themselves backsliding, stretch and release it, as a method of reprogramming their mind sooner, but I don’t regard it as being strictly necessary.

Remember to remove it, afterwards, if you use this method. Practice a relaxation method, daily, and when needed, such as: (free) or or Tai Chi, yoga, or Qi Gong suits others better. Give the EFT a good tryout, to see if it helps you. Use the searchbar at “EFT” & “EFT therapists” and/or see the 13 free videos at – There is a version for use in public places, (if anyone asks, you can claim to have a headache, as you massage/lightly tap your temples, but you would then be restricted to subvocalising: saying it to yourself in your mind: “Even though I sometimes suffer from obsessions/compulsions, I deeply and completely accept myself.” Herbal remedies, such as St. John’s wort, are often effective, but the idea is (as with anxiolytic medication) to use them like water wings, or training wheels on a bicycle, providing initial support, and giving time for other treatments, such as therapy, and relaxation techniques, to take effect. Imagine, as vividly as you possibly can, that your concerns, anxieties, worries, fears, your self-recriminations, all the agonizing “I’m-so-Stupids”; every painful “I-can’t-do-it”, etc., are huge raging, hurtful bulls snorting and charging at you. You see them coming at you and you hold out your red matador’s cape at arms length and simply let them charge right by. Every time they come at you, hold out your arm with the red cape and let them rage and snort and go right on past.

Answer by Blue Eyes.
I have OCD too, i have to re read bits when i’m reading and do lots of other things to.

I have had OCD since i was 11 i never told anyone until i was 15 i then had counseling which didn’t really help and now it has got much worse i’m scared it will take over my life, i’m now 19 and on Cipralex 10mg drug i have only been on it for 9 days but still…

I’m not trying to scare you but it’s already to starting to effect your life so if i where you i’d get a doctor appointment because you don’t want to end up like me.

Answer by helper
Go to a doctor and ask for a referral to a therapist experienced in cognitive- behavioral therapy for OCD. Or if you have been in cognitive-behavioral therapy before and it was helpful, consider going back.

Honestly, this doesn’t sound too bad. Try just telling yourself it’s your OCD and forcing yourself to not do it. It’s hard but can be done on your own. Once you break the cycle enough times, you will feel much more in control and less OCD. If there is a feared consequence, tell yourself that its very unlikely to happen.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : when should i go to the hospital with hight blood pressure?

My blood pressure has been a little high. The highest reading I have gotten was 154/95. I know that’s not to high but What worries me is the way I am feeling. The top of my head and face are very hot. To the point That its uncomfortable. I have had a pounding headache that will not go away since this all started. Sometimes I get a little lightheaded. This has been going on for a few days now. Should I go to the hospital? Also could This have anything to donating blood last week?

Answer by KB929
You should always follow your symptoms. If these have been going on for days, then you should get checked out.

Answer by gangadharan nair
If you have high blood pressure, you will have regularly scheduled appointments with your doctor.
Even if you have not been diagnosed with high blood pressure, it is important to have your blood pressure checked during your yearly check-up, especially if someone in your family has or had high blood pressure.
Call your health care provider right away if home monitoring shows that your blood pressure remains high or you have any of the following symptoms:
* Chest pain
* Confusion
* Excessive tiredness
* Headache
* Nausea and vomiting
* Shortness of breath
* Significant sweating
* Vision changes
Adopt DASH diet (The Mediterranean diet). Eat a low-cholesterol, low-fat diet, which includes cottage cheese, fat-free milk, fish, vegetables, poultry, and egg whites. Use monounsaturated oils such as olive, peanut, and canola oils or polyunsaturated oils such as corn, safflower, soy, sunflower, cottonseed, and soybean oils. Avoid foods with excess fat in them such as meat (especially liver and fatty meat), egg yolks, whole milk, cream, butter, shortening, pastries, cakes, cookies, gravy, peanut butter, chocolate, olives, potato chips, coconut, cheese (other than cottage cheese), coconut oil, palm oil, and fried foods.

Answer by formerly_bob
If you have never had high BPin this range before and this developed suddenly out of nowhere, it might be wise to go to an ER. A sudden onset and large change in BP is a sign there may be some serious problem that caused this to occur. Otherwise if you have had relatively high BP all along, this not an emergency, but it would be wise to see your GP this week since this range is a long-term risk. A sudden rise in BP would very likely cause the face to feel flushed The blood donation is very unlikely to have anything to do with this. If you are around the age of 50 and female, this may be pre-menopausal symptoms, but this is still something that needs treatment.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What would you recommend for diabetes management software?

Any suggestions for Windows, Palm OS, or both would be great.

Answer by Dr. Evil
Microsoft Pocket Excel. It’s usually free and comes with your pocket pc.

You can synchonize to your desktop computer or laptop. Many glucose monitors output some type of text file that can be read by Excel. You can then write a macro to tabulate and create graphs. You can even fit high order curves to your bg readings and develop predictions with the curve fit. It has statistical functions also.

The best thing is that you can lay things out the way you like them, such as your own notes, acronyms, formulas, and blood sugar reduction differentials on any one of your computing devices.

I use Excel. It is incredibly convenient.

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One Touch is what I use and it is very easy to download and get reports .I have Windows.


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