1% of the population. There are several types of OCD that all overlap in symptoms but vary in how each person is affected. Whether you or a family member have OCD or you’re dating someone with OCD, it’s important to understand the condition to know what makes it better and what causes OCD to get worse.
When someone has OCD, they’re consumed with intrusive thoughts and obsessions that can interfere with their life — sometimes to the point of significant distress and disruption of daily functioning.
Despite the fact that there’s a wide variation in how OCD affects individual people, some of the subtypes (or categories) tend to be more common.Read more on talkspace.com