Do you uncontrollably obsess over certain thoughts or activities that your mind starts to suffer? What level is your OCD? Find out with this self-assessment!
When your life is taken over and negatively affected by the need and urge to perform behaviors that you know are strange and make no sense, you likely have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). If you’re wondering, “Do I have OCD?”
What is OCD?
OCD is a mental disorder that is clinically defined by the Mayo Clinic as having “unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that lead you to do repetitive behaviors (compulsions).”
Those who suffer from it perform rituals and activities in specific ways that make sense in their minds. They think that if they wash their hands a certain way their recurrent obsessive thoughts about something, like germs or sickness, will go away.
However, performing that ritual only gives them a feeling of temporary relief and they soon have to do it again. Soon they’re bogged down in a cycle and their obsession takes over their life, it’s like they’re stuck on repeat.
It’s estimated that 2.3% of American adults, about 3.3 million people, have OCD in any given year with men and women equally affected. The most common compulsions reported include hand washing, checking things, counting things, cleaning, and an inability to throw things out.
The obsessions are so strong and overwhelming that people must perform their rituals and many spend an hour or more a day doing them. Even though OCD is seen as a chronic illness there are ways to diagnose and treat it.
What Level Is Your OCD?
This is no psychological assessment but a short and interesting test. You just need to answer around 10 questions and we will reveal to you whether you have level 1 or 2 or 3 OCD.
Go through each question and respond to it according to how you truly feel.
All the questions require an answer. Do not overthink any statement, if you want the results to be accurate.
Are you ready?
Click “Let’s Start” To Test Yourself!
What level is your OCD? Let us know in the comments below! And don’t forget share this OCD test with family and friends to find out their level of OCD!
Please note that this is only a generic and fun test and hasn’t been confirmed by research. Generalizations about the aforementioned mental health condition, OCD, may be found in some of the text.
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