Why is it Important?
Obsessive compulsive disorder is a condition of uncontrollable, recurring, unreasonable thoughts and behaviours. Though it occurs in about 2% of the population, OCD always presents with underlying fear and anxiety. The repetitive thoughts and actions in OCD lead to addictions. We have to change our thoughts in order the change the addictions. Addiction is an attempt to escape suffering and shame preceded the addiction.
Establishing the predictive markers in neurotransmission pathways can elucidate the imbalances of brain chemistry in OCD to reveals while one OCD sufferer suffers anxiety and another may have depression.
In this webinar, you will learn
- Types of OCD
- Identification of brain chemical imbalances in OCD
- The science behind nutrient imbalances in OCD
- How to manage OCD naturally
Video Duration: 37:17
This offering provides CPD continuing professional development credits for