Updated: Aug 13
What does OCD mean to you and how has COVID impacted it?
"One of the ways I describe it the most, is to think of OCD as a thief or a hijacker in a way. Because OCD takes advantages of all your mental abilities and then uses them against you. It hijacks your creativity to create fear and guilt and horrible feelings." - Chris, person with OCD.
Listen to Chris' story on what OCD means to him, how COVID has impacted it and how there is always hope:
OCD Research 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.