Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is one of the most common psychiatric disorders and can often cause impairment in everyday life with a prevalence of around 1-3%. At least 92% of OCD sufferers have difficulty starting relationships because of a lack of confidence, 58% have difficulties in education, 47% have difficulties in working, and 40% are unable to work. Most OCD sufferers feel ashamed and hide their complaints for years before seeking treatment, so very few OCD sufferers receive appropriate pharmacological and psychotherapeutic therapy.
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