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Health & Fit Singer Camila Cabello opened up about living with OCD — here's what it's like to live with the disorder

04:37  03 may  2018
04:37  03 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

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The singer also opened up about living with OCD , obsessive - compulsive disorder . The former Fifth Harmony member reflected on what it ' s been like for her to leave the group and do it all on her own. "It still feels good I loved making all the decisions because the product was something that was

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Camila Cabello graced the cover of Cosmopolitan UK this June ahead of her world tour with Taylor Swift. The former Fifth Harmony singer took the public opportunity to talk about her launch to fame and her relationships -- but she also got candid with the magazine about her mental health and what it's like living with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

Although Cabello has talked about her obsessive-compulsive disorder in the past, her new interview sheds more light on her day-to-day experiences with intrusive thoughts.

"OCD is weird," she told the magazine. "I laugh about it now. Everybody has different ways of handling stress. And, for me, if I get really stressed thinking about something, I'll start to have the same thought over and over again, and no matter how many times I get to the resolution, I feel like something bad is about to happen if I don't keep thinking about it."

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According to WebMD, people with OCD can have "eitherobsessive thoughts and urges or compulsive, repetitive behaviors" or a combination of both. Obsessive thoughts can include anything from fear of germs to a hyper-awareness of blinking or breathing, while compulsive habits can include behaviors like counting things or excessive hand-washing.

It's also not obvious to the outside viewer when someone has OCD.

"You can't define OCD by the outward behavior," psychologist Barbara Markway told INSIDER in 2017. "What defines OCD is the core fear, which can vary as much as the outward expression. For someone with the fear of contamination, the core fear may be a fear of death, or it may be something else entirely."

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Although there is no known cure for the disorder, there are a number of treatments that can help to lessen the impact symptoms have on your day-to-day life.

Cabello also talked about her OCD in 2017, explaining that in "late 2015 and the beginning of 2016… it was just totally out of control."

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Camila Cabello opens up about what its like living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder . In an interview with Cosmopolitan UK, Cabello shared that she struggles with OCD . Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a common mental health disorder that causes a person to have obsessive thoughts and

Obsessive - compulsive disorder is a mental condition where people may feel the need to perform particular Camila often has to contend with the latter element of the disorder , but is now in a place where she " It ' s like making yourself coffee or breakfast. It tastes better than going to a restaurant

"I would wake up with a super-accelerated heartbeat and really negative, intrusive, compulsive thoughts," she told Latina. "I was so inside my head, and I didn't know what was happening."

Fortunately, Cabello said that learning more about OCD and having support from her family helps her to control her intrusive thoughts.

"I feel so much more in control of it now," she explained in Cosmo. "I'll ask my mom a question for the fourth time and she'll be like, ‘That's OCD. You've got to let it go.'"

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