Mental illness is something the world doesn’t talk about. Out of sight, out of mind? Unfortunately that’s the case. There is a lot of stigma and misconception about mental illness. The world often sees it portrayed in a completely different way then it actually is. Mental illness is quite often misdiagnosed, and self diagnosed. If you think there is something wrong, always talk to a medical professional instead of trusting what the internet says may be affecting you.
Most people just think that OCD is just something that makes you obsessed about cleaning, but they don’t seem to understand that it’s more than just cleaning. It’s a serious disorder, that can be extremely uncomfortable for people to live with. OCD is an anxiety disorder, which can cause the sufferer extreme discomfort as their riddled with constant and reoccurring impulses that are unwanted. See, it’s just more than a compulsion to have a clean and tidy house.
During this test we’ll be testing to see how sensitive your OCD are. The test includes a series of questions. For people free of OCD, objects will look exactly the same. Whereas people who suffer from OCD will notice a slight change in colour and shape. Is your brain, eyes, and OCD sensitive enough to spot it?