Is obesity a disease?

Is obesity a disease?

Recently, it was reported in the news that a girl left the landlord with 15 garbage bags to fill the garbage after she cancelled the rent.

The landlord stated that the thick odor could be smelled as soon as the door was opened, and the garbage in the room was distributed in an orderly manner, not to mention that someone had thought it was a dump.

According to experts’ analysis, like girls, they are afraid of throwing things away, and the crazy storage of items may be storage fetish.

  Storage obsession is a mental illness, also known as obsessive storage.

On the surface, obsessive-compulsive storage is similar to obsessive-compulsive disorder, because the behavioral characteristics of obsessive-compulsive disorder include obsessive-compulsive cleaning, obligatory ritual actions, obsessive-compulsory examination, and obsessive-compulsive counting. Therefore, some people naturally attribute obsessive-compulsive storage to obsessive-compulsive disorderOverview, even some professionals are vague.

In fact, the difference between the nature of obsessive-compulsive storage and obsessive-compulsive disorder is not the same thing at all.

  Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, who studied brain activity in 45 patients with obsessive-compulsive storage disorder and another 17 healthy people, found that patients with obsessive-compulsive storage disorder deal with problems in their brains.The decision-making part is less active than other patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder, and the part of their brain responsible for guidance, memory and emotional control is less active than normal people.

  Researchers say that patients with obsessive-compulsive storage disorder always leave useless items such as used newspapers and clothing at home and pile them in a prominent place at home, making the “garbage” in the home pile up into mountains.

Scoring with other OCD patients, patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder are more worried, depressed, and have worsened social skills.

  Experts said: “OCD is characterized by the coexistence of conscious self-compulsion and conscious self-compulsion.

The conflict between the two causes patient nervousness and pain.

Patients with obsessive storage do not have this pain. They focus on deliberately searching for what they need and how to deal with them.

“Some studies believe that from the perspective of disease, obsessive-compulsive storage is more severe than obsessive-compulsive disorder, and the average of patients with obsessive-compulsive storage is seriously lacking in decision-making ability.

They can’t decide what they should do, so they prepare many different plans for themselves every day, and their minds are always wandering and choosing.

Even if they get what they like, where do they keep it?

Will hesitate again.

Especially if they keep things that they particularly like, they may not be able to get an idea for half a day.

In the end, it is likely to be broken down and there are several places.

  Before completely understanding the ins and outs of the disease, experts recommend that the families of patients with obsessive-compulsory storage should not be impatient, nor should they refuse to deal with the patients or throw away their picked things rudely.

Because there is no doubt for patients completely, it will stimulate their rebellious psychology and speed up the storage.

Communicate in good faith and tell them tirelessly that their actions really cause trouble for others.

Especially for the patients who are being treated, the sudden love and patience of the family members is particularly important.