New Treatment For OCD
Patients with OCD have shown improvement after undergoing experimental procedures which consist of having 4 electrodes being placed on the brain. People with OCD suffer from unwanted and repetitive thought causing patients with severe cases to be unable to complete daily tasks. The participants claimed that after having the electrodes surgically implanted on the brain that their life has significantly improved and have ultimately decided to continue with the procedure. The Daily was joined by clinical lecturer Neil Jeyasingam from Sydney University.