Clearing A Hoarders House? Compulsive Hoarders House Clearance
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Many obsessive hoarders need a push to help them realise what good quality of life they could have if they only worked to overcome their condition. Once they realise this, they can enlist the help of professionals to undertake a complete house clearance, going some way to supporting them in their goal of becoming clutter free. Read more [...]
Although a far lower proportion of people have admitted to being hoarders, Debbie Stanley stated that the symptoms can be so well hidden that it could only be guessed how many people it affects. Read more [...]
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) has been adapted as a light-hearted term of endearment for some people, whose friends may call them “a bit OCD-ish,” however the truth behind the sometimes-crippling condition can be a lot more serious. Read more [...]
Lauren, a 21-year old from Essex, spent up to ten hours a day in the shower and two hours walking up stairs, as she was terrified that every inch of her body was crawling with bacteria. Read more [...]
Researchers have suggested that marketing campaigns can trigger a disorder in the most vulnerable people which encourages them to begin collecting. Then, when they find themselves unable to exercise control or restraint, the pathology has taken hold. Read more [...]
Compulsive hoarding is also sometimes referred to as the Hoard and Clutter Syndrome, or the Packrat Syndrome. Whatever name it is given, it is a debilitating illness that endangers the health and lives of its sufferers, as well as destroying their social lives, and very often their financial affairs Read more [...]
When many people first come across hoarding, they mistakenly think that it is a somewhat curious but harmless habit that some people fall into. But the reality is that hoarding is actually what is termed, as an OCD (Obsessive Compulsion Disorder), that often has disastrous effects on the sufferer’s Read more [...]
Whether you are called a hoarder or a clutterer, the meaning, from the average person’s point of view, is still the same. They see you as someone who amasses clutter to the extent that it becomes a major problem, and maybe even a potential health hazard. With so many loose things lying around the Read more [...]