by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
î February 2014, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a very common diagnosis. Biochemical and nutritional imbalance may be involved, in which case nutritional balancing may be helpful. I have not worked with enough adults to say more about the condition and its correction with nutritional balancing science.
OCD could be caused by any factor that makes a person hypersensitive, interferes with memory, or interferes with normal processing of information or cognition. This then causes a person to engage in repetitive behaviors such as washing the hands or others, or might make a person be perfectionistic in some way that is considered abnormal. These behaviors appear to offer the person a certain type of security, for which reason they can be difficult to change. Biochemical imbalances can certainly be responsible for some or all of these imbalances. To this extent, such imbalances are amenable to biochemical correction. This is, indeed, what we have observed in young children.
Children. We have worked with a number of young children diagnosed with this condition who improved completely on a nutritional balancing program. In all cases, their condition was due to an imbalanced body chemistry that made them extremely sensitive, irritable and perfectionistic, causing them to be given a diagnosis of OCD. As their body chemistry was balanced and vital minerals replaced, the children calmed down and the symptoms disappeared.
The Roy Masters meditation exercise for OCD. I suspect that with adults the correction will be slower, but nevertheless it will happen, especially if one includes the Roy Masters meditation exercise along with the other parts of the nutritional balancing program. The meditation process is calming, helps bring up traumas that may be affecting a person, relaxes the mind, and provides a new type of awareness and detachment. Therefore, this is highly recommended, even without a nutritional balancing program. Doing the exercise may not be easy, especially at first, but if one persists gently, it becomes easier with practice.