Glutamatergic neural connections between the prelimbic prefrontal cortex and nucleus accumbens appear to be responsible for co-morbid anxiety and OCD behaviors.
Neuroimaging predicts whether a person with OCD will respond to stress-reduction therapy or exposure-based therapy best. Analyzing brain activity may help to provide tailored treatments to individuals suffering from OCD.
People with OCD have six times higher Immuno-moodulin (Imood) expression that those without the disorder. Blocking Imood with the aid of an antibody reduced OCD-like behaviors in mouse models within a couple of days following treatment.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is real. Now, here is the hoax, actually many, many hoaxes. For now, we will provide you with just four of the major hoaxes. Major Hoax #1: Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a mental illness. The fact is that obsessive-compulsive disorder is a “basket name”‘; that is, obsessive-compulsive disorder is…