For one thing, many people have gotten it right; there are NO compulsive-disorder cures. YOU CANNOT CURE A HABIT. You can only break it or eliminate it. However, nobody has ever "cured" a habit.
As you already know I believe OCD consists of anxiety and habit. Your untreated anxiety is what triggers your habit in the first place. Your habit, which might consist of any compulsive or obsessive behaviors, was “created” to relieve your anxiety initially. Over the years, those habits became deeply rooted. Now, you cannot get rid of them. Those habits do not even reduce your anxiety. In fact, they make things worse.
Even online, people talk about possible brain stimulation for this condition. I believe it is a barbaric treatment approach. I think it is much better to use medications for the rest of your life than to start intruding on your brain activity.
Yes, our brain is extremely complex. It makes healthy people sick. Nevertheless, begin intruding on your brain activity and you make things much worse. In the past, people use electroshock approach in their treatment. The side effects were extremely severe. People lost their memory and became even sicker. This approach is no longer used. As we discussed, there is a good reason for it.
There are some other cures even online. Those so-called “cures” do discuss anxiety to a varying degree. They partially get it right. Yes, anxiety plays a big role in OCD. However, anxiety is only one of two main OCD components. Another one is habit. If you start treating one component and ignore another component of this problem, your results will be limited at best. These compulsive-disorder “cures” will not be long-lasting.
You should understand that in order to deal with OCD effectively, both components of this condition have to be equally targeted. Our modern treatment comes close to this approach. However, conventional medications are able only to “mask” various anxiety symptoms. They cannot really get rid of them permanently.
I predict that with time, there will be even more obsessive-compulsive disorder cures. Those “cures” will vary in terms of their effectiveness on each individual. However, their effectiveness will depend on how well they can target both components of this condition simultaneously.
By the way, I do not believe that using some kind of technique from psychology will help someone with OCD tremendously. Although they are some good techniques from psychology, the most they can do is to help you to reduce the occurrence of your unwanted behaviors. Anything else will be beyond their reach.
How is my approach different from all other approaches to treatment?
I believe that all anxiety disorders and even some communication disorders have to be treated with the help of alternative medicine therapies. There are plenty of those around. Homeopathic therapy, flower essence therapy, hypnosis therapy, energy medicine therapy, and vitamin/mineral therapy are just a few of those available therapies.
All therapies above are effective. Their effectiveness on each individual will vary. To achieve optimum results, a person has to combine them together. He needs to know which remedies to use and their possible treatment combinations. My natural therapy program provides you with this knowledge. By the end of my program, the sufferer will know which remedies to use, their potencies, and how to combine them effectively. He will have the most powerful tool in his hands. It is a tool of alternative medicine. No so-called obsessive-compulsive disorder cures will provide one with similar tools. What you do with this tool is really up to you!
To stop obsessive-compulsive disorder's behaviors is not hard. You just need to have the right strategy. Natural Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder provides you with this strategy.