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Posted by Caleb462 on April 30, 2003, at 0:12:25

In reply to Re: COCKTAIL TREATMENT OF CHRONIC OCD update 29/4/03 Caleb462, posted by freedom2001 on April 29, 2003, at 22:26:11

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> > > Don't play exciting games like roller coaster, video games as these increase your dopamine and NE levels significantly. OCD patients have high levels of dopamine and NE levels. So there is a need to reduce these levels. Engage in relaxing hobbies instead.
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> > Don't have fun??? Sorry but that is ridiculous, horrible advice.
> I had been playing video games and had experienced significant OCD symptoms that caused me to go through hell. I don't think this advice is horrible and ridiculous. If you want to play video games but suffer the consequences of severe OCD symptoms, no one can stop you. You are entitled to your opinion. But this is my advice to OCD sufferers based on my experience.
> The more competitive and addictive game we play, the more mess up our brain becomes and OC symptoms will worsen.

Hi, sorry if my post came off as rude. Personally, I don't believe it would be a good general rule for people with OCD to stay away from things they enjoy. I have OCD... and video games actually help me. They tend to make my compulsions more obvious... but when I'm wrapped up in a video game, or in the exhiliration of a roller coaster, obsessive thoughts are pushed out of my head. This is just me of course.




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