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Treatment for mental illnesses and Hoarding Disorder usually consists of therapy, medication, or a combination of the two. Treatment for mental health problems can be given in person or through a phone or computer (telemental health). It can sometimes be difficult to know where to start when looking for mental health care, CLICK RECOURSES to find a hoarding Therapist anywhere in the United States.
By its very nature, people with obsessive compulsive and related disorders can have a huge impact far beyond the people who hoard, much more so than other mental health illnesses. Family members of those who hoard, whether or not they live with the person with hoarding disorder (HD), are affected by both the emotional toll of the disorder and the physical consequences. Causing anxiety, depression, significant distress and that effects their quality of life.
The visible signs that someone has Hoarding Disorder (HD) can, in some cases, be pretty obvious. The large number possessions make it difficult to walk through living areas, it can be hard to locate items among all of the clutter, and/or it is impossible to use rooms as they were intended to be used due to the clutter. In short, your loved one’s cluttered home has completely taken over their life, and possibly your life too.
That said, extremely cluttered living areas do not become that way overnight. It takes time for the amount of collected items or trash to reach the level that prevents your loved one to live comfortably and safely in their home. There are early warning signs that your loved one may have mental health problems, and the sooner you see these early warning signs the easier it will be able to help a family member or friend.
Here are ten warning signs that someone may have mental health problems.
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