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Revealed a link between neurosis and guilt – Digikar

The syndrome of obsessive states (thoughts, actions) can manifest itself at any age, even in children. The disease is annoying during wakefulness and reduces the quality of life. Scientists conducted a study to study the problem in depth in order to effectively deal with it.

Representatives of science from France concluded that guilt and neurosis are linked.

To obtain information, the experts conducted a study involving 63 volunteers who had varying degrees of guilt and fear. According to scientists, the fear of being guilty contributes to a detailed study of obsession (obsessive-compulsive disorder).

The study’s organizers studied how volunteers respond to neurosis and guilt. It turned out that fear of guilt is indeed associated with obsessions. Experts are going to provide full information about the study to the public in the near future.

Recall that earlier experts conducted a study during which they revealed the following trend: earlier, 2.4 out of 100 thousand people suffered from brain cancer, today this type of oncology is diagnosed in 5 out of 100 thousand people. Scientists believe that the main reason for such statistics is the regular use of mobile phones.

Neurosis is a frequent psychological state of people of our time. But scientists hope that the study will help to cope faster and easier with a disease that can appear suddenly and negatively affect life.

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