Aug 29, 2020

Which OCD Treatment Works Best? New Brain Study Could Lead to More Personalized Choices

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

Summary: Neuroimaging predicts whether a person with OCD will respond to stress-reduction therapy or exposure-based therapy best. Analyzing brain activity may help to provide tailored treatments to individuals suffering from OCD.

Source: Michigan Medicine

New research could improve the odds that people with obsessive-compulsive disorder will receive a therapy that really works for them – something that eludes more than a third of those who currently get OCD treatment.

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