Yes it can. Narcissism is really a person that considers "their way" the right way and will argue until death that they are right. Narcissistic people can be perfectionists in many aspects of their lives and this, in turn, can lead to an Obsession Compulsive Disorder. Say your husband was a slob, but when he was going to go fishing with his buddies he had all his equipment laid out in a certain manner (a certain place for a certain item) and it had to be just right and if you came along and moved anything they could well fly into a fit of anger. Don't be so sure that person with OCD is Narcissistic. OCD is a true disease (repetitive habits) and the brain is the most undiscovered organ in the body (odd to me, because that is what keeps us moving and functioning) and it hasn't been until the last 10 years that scientists are beginning to realize how amazing our brains really are. We are much more capable of expecting more from our brains than we realize. Such as ESP (mothers usually have this) or, if looking after someone you love that is very ill the caregiver may "get a feeling" that something isn't right with the person they love and rush home to see what is wrong. Mental Telepathy is high on the list too. I do research on the brain in particular and got interested in it because in the past I've suffered from panic attacks and Agoraphobia and at that time little was known about it. I am always up-to-date on what is going on scientifically and one thing that I always knew and mentioned to my husband is that scientists are beginning to realize that in the not too distant future they will be able to insert a sort of "pacemaker" into the brain and control certain functions of the brains way of thinking and who knows, this could lead to helping people with other diseases which will not allow them to control different parts of their body. They are striving for this electronic device to be accepted by the FDA in the next 5 years. Here's hoping! Only a professional can diagnose a person, and if we do this to a family member or friend then we are practicing "arm chair Psychology" meaning, we are smug enough to sit back and label someone and think we know it all. If you want to help anyone with psychological disorders it's best to get them to a psychologist. Marcy
AnswerThe two disorders are sometimes co-morbid (they can appear together).
An obsession is continual preoccupation with a person, place, thing, or activity. Compulsion is a powerful emotional urge to do a particular thing, usually repetitively. Obsessive-Compulsive disorder stems from those two words, and involves preoccupation and action, taken together.
Yes. When two or more disorders occur together they are referred to as comorbid. For example, OCD and ADHD, OCD and autism, etc.
It is technically possible- there is nothing specifically disallowing the diagnosis of all three- but it is unlikely. Schizoaffective disorder and OCD may be found together. In fact, 23% of people with schizophrenia can also be diagnosed with OCD. However, Borderline Personality Disorder is rarely found in people with schizophrenia and OCD.
ZOLOFT ( sertraline ) for depression and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) and STRATTERA, for ADD/ADHD and lack of concentration, don't seem to have any noted problem when taken together. For a COMPLETE LIST of side-effects for both medications, please see your PHARMACIST and ask for a print-out on both meds. ANY pharmacy should glady honor your request, even if you did't fill your prescriptions there. They are very knowledgeable and helpful. Best Of Luck!
Not necessarily. Panic attacks and narcissism CAN go together in a sense. They are both symptoms of depression, but indeed they are not the same things.
DefinitionObsessive-compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations (obsessions), or behaviors that make them feel driven to do something (compulsions).Often the person carries out the behaviors to get rid of the obsessive thoughts, but this only provides temporary relief. Not performing the obsessive rituals can cause great anxiety.Alternative NamesObsessive-compulsive neurosis; OCDCauses, incidence, and risk factorsObsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is more common than was once thought. Most people who develop it show symptoms by age 30.There are several theories about the cause of OCD, but none have been confirmed. Some reports have linked OCD to head injury and infections. Several studies have shown that there are brain abnormalities in patients with OCD, but more research is needed.About 20% of people with OCD have tics, which suggests the condition may be related to Tourette syndrome. However, this link is not clear.SymptomsObsessions or compulsions that are not due to medical illness or drug useObsessions or compulsions that cause major distress or interfere with everyday lifeThere are many types of obsessions and compulsions. One example is an excessive fear of germs and the compulsion to repeatedly wash the hands to ward off infection.The person usually recognizes that the behavior is excessive or unreasonable.Signs and testsYour own description of the behavior can help diagnose the disorder. A physical exam can rule out physical causes, and a psychiatric evaluation can rule out other mental disorders.Questionnaires, such as the Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale (YBOCS), can help diagnose OCD and track the progress of treatment.TreatmentOCD is treated using medications and therapy.The first medication usually considered is a type of antidepressant called a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI). These drugs include:Citalopram (Celexa)Fluoxetine (Prozac)Fluvoxamine (Luvox)Paroxetine (Paxil)Sertraline (Zoloft)If an SSRI does not work, the doctor may prescribe an older type of antidepressant called a tricyclic antidepressant. Clomipramine is a TCA, and is the oldest medication for OCD. It usually works better than SSRI antidepressants in treating the condition, but it can have unpleasant side effects, including:Difficulty starting urinationDrop in blood pressure when rising from a seated positionDry mouthSleepinessIn some cases, an SSRI and clomipramine may be combined. Other medications, such as low-dose atypical antipsychotics (including risperidone, quetiapine, olanzapine, or ziprasidone) have been shown to be helpful. Benzodiazepines may offer some relief from anxiety, but they are generally used only with the more reliable treatments.Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has been shown to be the most effective type of psychotherapy for this disorder. The patient is exposed many times to a situation that triggers the obsesive thoughts, and learns gradually to tolerate the anxiety and resist the urge to perform the compulsion. Medication and CBT together are considered to be better than either treatment alone at reducing symptoms.Psychotherapy can also be used to:Provide effective ways of reducing stressReduce anxietyResolve inner conflictsExpectations (prognosis)OCD is a long-term (chronic) illness with periods of severe symptoms followed by times of improvement. However, a completely symptom-free period is unusual. Most people improve with treatment.ComplicationsLong-term complications of OCD have to do with the type of obsessions or compulsions. For example, constant handwashing can cause skin breakdown. However, OCD does not usually progress into another disease.Calling your health care providerCall for an appointment with your health care provider if your symptoms interfere with daily life, work, or relationships.PreventionThere is no known prevention for this disorder.ReferencesBlais MA, Smallwood P, Groves JE, Rivas-Vazquez RA. Personality and personality disorders. In: Stern TA, Rosenbaum JF, Fava M, Biederman J, Rauch SL, eds. Massachusetts General Hospital Comprehensive Clinical Psychiatry. 1st ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Mosby Elsevier; 2008:chap 39.Feinstein RE, Connelly JV. Personality disorders. In: Rakel RE, ed. Textbook of Family Medicine. 7th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier;2007:chap 60.Koran LM, Hanna GL, Hollander E, Nestadt G, Simpson HB, et al. Practice guideline for the treatment of patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Am J Psychiatry. 2007;164:5-53.Stein DJ, Denys D, Gloster AT, et al. Obsessive-compulsive disorder: diagnostic and treatment issues. Psychiatr Clin North Am. 2009;32:665-685.
I do, for Borderline Personality Disorder.
Elavil (TCA) is used to treat Depressive reaction (reactive depression, secondary depression), depressive illness (biologic depression, major depresive disorder), affective disorder: depressive phase of manic-depressive disorder Paxil (SSRI) is also used to treat this disorder. Paxil is used to treat This medication is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) used to treat depression, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), social anxiety disorder (social phobia), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and generalized anxiety disorders (GAD).This medication has also been used to treat a severe form of premenstrual syndrome (premenstrual dysphoric disorder- PMDD), sexual function problems in men (premature ejaculation), nerve problems associated with diabetes (diabetic neuropathy), and chronic headaches. Depakote is used to treat mania associated with bipolar disorder, to treat complex partial seizures and absence seizures in epilepsy, and for the prevention of migraine headaches. I would say this combination of medications is ok. If you have concerns or doubts about the medications you are putting in your body it's probably best to seek the advice of the prescribing doctor. They can help you evaluate right medication for you symptom specific needs.
Yes, OCD is considered to be co-morbid with Autism.Many Autistic people will develop co-morbid conditions such as mental health issues like anxiety and OCD. Autistic people often like order so OCD is easily slipped into if an Autistic person doesn't get correct medical care, unfortunately it's very common that therapists train to help neurotypical people but not Autistic people. Often Autistic people also feel they are not in control of their lives due to overprotective parents and due to struggles explaining their needs, so again can slip into OCD.
Schizoaffective disorder is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a mental disorder characterized by recurring episodes of elevated or depressed mood, or simultaneously elevated and depressed mood that alternate or occur together with distortions in perception.
Can you take depokote risperdal and topomax together for bipolar disorder
A confused collection; hence, confusion; disorder; as, the room is in a clutter., Clatter; confused noise., To crowd together in disorder; to fill or cover with things in disorder; to throw into disorder; to disarrange; as, to clutter a room., To make a confused noise; to bustle., To clot or coagulate, as blood.
For what condition or disorder would a doctor prescribe both Valium AND ativan?
Tied together with a smile (about Taylor's friend who has an eating disorder)
Yes Dilantin and Klonopin have pharmacologically different sites of action in the body, and are often used synergistically together in treating seizure disorder.
Syndrome:Syndrome can be described as a group of symptoms that together are characteristic of a specific disorder, disease, or the like.Disease:Disease is any harmful, depraved, or morbid condition (a state of not well-being), as of the mind or considered by the society.Disorder:Disorder is nothing but a disturbance in physical or mental health or functions; malady or dysfunction
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder. Attention deficit and Hyperactivity are two separate conditions often linked together. An additional diagnosis could be Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).
look at your mum and say happy mothers day hahahahaha. Ignore the guy you like, if its at your school dont hang about where he does. think about times when you and him were together and pick out all the faults.
Tied Together with a smile is about one of Taylor's friends getting an eating disorder.
I am taking Seroquel and Lamictal for Bipolar I disorder. If a doctor prescribes Lamictal and Seroquel together he/she is probably trying to increase the positive effects of the medicines. What Seroquel does is kind of the opposite of what Lamictal does. Seroquel, usually taken at night, is kind of a depressant used to bring down your "highs". Lamictal, also said to be used for bipolar I disorder, is used as an antidepressant, used to bring up your "lows". So together, these medicines work to treat the highs and lows of Bipolar I Disorder and brings the patient into a stable mood. Taking these medications together to treat Bipolar I Disorder would have a positive affect. What do you think of this? http://www.edwardmarshallshenk.com/m materials: plinth, mirascope, Seroquel (400mg), Lamictal (150mg) I made it -edward
Mermaid syndrome is a congenital disorder where a child is born with legs that are fused together. Doctors are unsure as to what causes the disorder, but major illness while the mother is pregnant or inadequate prenatal care may be to blame.
Most likely. When Sakura told Naruto she loved him, Sai told Naruto the truth. Sakura lied. I don't think Naruto is fond of Sasuke obsessive liars.
You can safely take the two together. Wellbutrin is an anti-depressant and Buspar is an anti-anxiety. It's a combo used for individuals who have more than one disorder or multiple symptoms with their current diagnosis. For example, someone with major depressive disorder and social anxiety disorder may take this combination.