Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

Sensorimotor OCD

Sensorimotor OCD is a type of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) involves a fixation on bodily sensations.  These obsessions with physical sensations or bodily processes often become very distressing.

Common OCD Fears

Fears about staring

Somatic OCD fear of staring involves fears about staring excessively at things or people, often at body parts of others.
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Fears about chewing

If you’re experiencing obsessions about how you chew, including a hyperawareness of how you are chewing, or recurring fears about your chewing or swallowing, this could be a sign of OCD.
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Fear of proximity

OCD fear of proximity involves uncomfortable reactions to proxemics such as obsessive worries focused on proximity or space to others.
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Fears or Worries about Breathing

Somatic OCD, a subtype of OCD, causes anxiety and fear related to non-conscious functions within the body such as fear of breathing.
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Fears about swallowing

With fear of swallowing OCD, the sufferer experiences a hyperfocus on the mechanics of swallowing or other sensations related to eating food.
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Fears or Worries about Blinking

Blinking OCD, a sensorimotor obsession in OCD, is an obsessive or intrusive fixation on blinking or sensations around the eyes.
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