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This set of webpages gives help advice about what symptoms and conditions are involved in the Psychological trauma symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disease (OCD). It helps helpful advice on how to overcome the condition of severe anxiety disorders and trauma. Traumatic OCD is a chemical imbalance caused in the brain that can be reversed with the knowledge, tips and techniques, that this set of webpages gives to you about trauma and anxiousness, compulsions and obsessive traumatic thoughts.  

If you have or think you might have this anxiety disorder, then I suggest you buy the highly revealing book into the symptoms and conditions, that can be helped through these self-help techniques, involved in anxiety and trauma and OCD. This book is available in the shop and is called The Trauma of Voices and Body Mentalists. It is a book for all mental health conditions involved with delusional thoughts and voices in the head. 


Anxiety trauma is a normal, but unpleasant part of life. It can affect you in different ways and at different times in your life. It is different from stress, as that comes and goes. Trauma and its Anxiety is the persistent feelings, emotions and thoughts to the sufferer. 

With Acute anxiety disorder trauma the sufferer can feel things are far worse in their life than they actually are. No matter how they try they cannot confront the fears and worry. What you need to recognise is that traumatic Anxiety is a normal function due to functions in the body/brain barrier that have existed since we were cave men. 

In those days humans were equipped with an inbuilt alarm system designed to protect them from dangers in the wild. This alarm system would give the senses a state of being hyper-alert and this increases the heart rate and boosts the oxygen rate to the limbs. This was so as they were able to run or fight in the presence of danger. 

This is known as the 'fight or flight' response in the body/brain barrier and is part of the sympathetic nerve system. When stresses build up in the body, or there is a chemical imbalance in the brain, anxiety is the feeling that kicks in. Instead of there being a present danger the imbalances in the body/brain barrier means the 'fight or flight' response is inappropriately activated, during everyday normal situations. 

You may feel acute anxiousness before making an important decision or before a meeting or test. That is the normal response that everyone suffers. An anxiety disorder is different from those everyday feelings. These acute psychological trauma disorders are a group of mental illnesses that can cause extreme feelings and emotions, that keep you from your normal daily routines. 

People that have trauma and an OCD disorder - worries and fears are a constant emotion that is disabling and overwhelming. There are treatments available and with help you can manage those feelings and get back to a normal life. 

What is trauma of OCD chronic anxiety? 

The Psychological trauma and its Anxiety is a word used to describe when we are feeling tense, nervous, wound up, irritable or uptight. If you are feeling anxious there are some of the physical sensations and feelings you might get: 

  • Sweating. 

  • Muscle tension or rigidity. 

  • Trembling. 

  • An increase in the heart rate (palpitations). 

  • Feeling breathless. 

  • Fear or panic attacks. 

  • Poor concentration on tasks. 

  • Intrusive obsessive thoughts. 

  • Compulsions to keep repeating things, such as checking and washing hands. 

Acute Anxiety Disorder affects us Psychologically and mentally with trauma as well. When you are traumatised by chronic anxiousness you may find yourself excessively and repeatedly worrying for overextended periods of time. So much so that the worry is out of control. These anxious thoughts are over a variety of issues or concerns and your mind jumps from one worry to the next. 

Acute Anxiety Disorder can also affect your behaviour. For example, when you feel anxious, you might avoid doing things that you usually do because you are worried about the outcome. 

Quite often a chronic anxiety disorder develops because of a series of stresses in your life causing a brain chemical imbalance. If for example, you have work pressures, relationship problems and financial difficulties all at once, then it is not surprising that extreme anxiety will occur. This can cause chemical imbalances in the brain leading to an acute anxiety disorder. An example is life experiences, such as harassment at work that can lead to the re-occurrence of anxiety in a new job. 

Some of you may think in a style that leads to you feeling unnecessarily anxious without treatment. As an example, you may be thinking in the style of worst-case scenarios all the time. You may also be on constant guard that something bad is going to happen. You might have a style of thinking that causes you to think of all the bad that could happen. However, thinking like this will have you on edge and you may find you cannot relax, when you are resting. If this is you, you may have an anxiety disorder. 

Types of acute anxiety disorders. 

Chronic Anxiety disorder are a group of mental health psychological traumas including: 

  • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). 

  • Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 

  • Social anxiety disorder (SAD). 

  • Panic disorder. 

  • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). 

  • Adult separation anxiety disorder (ASAD). 

  • Agoraphobia. 

  • Simple phobias. 

Chronic Anxiety disorders are usually treated with psychotherapy and or medications. The main class of medications are Selective Serotonin Reuptake inhibitors (SSRI's) and Tricyclic antidepressants. 

Anxiety disorders form into a distinct set of diagnoses. It depends on the type, severity and symptoms of anxiety that you suffer and experience. Chronic Anxiety disorders are in the present sensing of future events, but differ in the types of situation and objects that cause you fear, worry or panic. There is also avoidance behaviour. There are different types of unhealthy thoughts and feelings associated to the different disorders. 

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). 

OCD is defined as intrusive thoughts and images, obsessions and compulsions. 

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