Updated: Aug 13
"One difficulty when the Covid pandemic hit was being in isolation. My intrusive thoughts really ramped up and it was harder not to believe them when I wasn't interacting with other people. " - Rachel, person who suffers from OCD.
Living through a pandemic has been particularly hard on people who suffer from OCD. Listen to Rachel's story of how she dealt with isolation and what her plans are for life after COVID.
OCD affects 1 in 100 people. Though there are medications to help treat OCD, many OCD patients, perhaps as many as 40-60%, do not respond to the current medication options. At Biohaven, our mission is to pave the way for new resources and studies so individuals with OCD have more effective treatment options.
We are currently conducting a research study evaluating an investigation medication to potentially treat OCD, with research sites across the country. Learn more about the OCD study and see if you qualify today.