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www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hoarding-disorder/...

Symptoms. Getting and saving an excessive number of items, gradual buildup of clutter in living spaces and difficulty discarding things are usually the first signs and symptoms of hoarding disorder, which often surfaces during the teenage to early adult years.

www.healthline.com/health/hoarding

Hoarding disorder (HD) is the associated diagnosed condition. We’ll review the causes, symptoms, and treatment. Hoarding occurs when someone struggles to discard items and collects unnecessary ...

www.webmd.com/mental-health/features/harmless-pack-rat-or...

WebMD takes a look at hoarding -- why some people are prone to keeping everything and how to treat the problem. ... Causes, symptoms, and therapies. Binge Eating Disorder: An Overview.

unclutteredsimplicity.com/you-might-be-a-hoarder

I frantically Googled, “symptoms of hoarding disorders”. And read everything I could find on the subject. After discovering that at least two of my family members had hoarding tendencies, I began to research whether hoarding was hereditary. What I discovered shook me to my core. Compulsive hoarding does, in fact, run in families.

www.mentalhelp.net/articles/diagnosis-the-signs-and...

According to the DSM-5 (APA, 2013), hoarding disorder is characterized by the excessive saving, and subsequent accumulation of a large number of possessions, regardless of their value. These possessions can include inanimate objects as well as animals. People with this disorder have an extremely ...

psychcentral.com/disorders/hoarding-disorder-symptoms

The main feature of hoarding disorder is a person’s irrational, persistent difficulty in discarding or parting with possessions — regardless of their actual value. This is a long-standing ...

www.healthyplace.com/.../hoarding-symptoms-signs-of-hoarders

Symptoms of hoarding aren't difficult to recognize. The living spaces of hoarders become unusable as they fill up with excessive amounts of junk laid on virtually every available surface. Hoarders use sinks, beds, hallways, stairs, desks, countertops, ovens, cabinets, and stoves to store items that ...

health.howstuffworks.com/.../mental-disorders/hoarding1.htm

Animal hoarding is very similar to other types of hoarding, but the hoarder acquires and keeps animals instead of junk (in some cases, both animals and junk are hoarded). They feel the same inability to get rid of animals that other hoarders feel with stacks of newspapers. Animal hoarders can't properly feed, clean or care for all the animals they end up with, but are unable to recognize the ....

beyondocd.org/.../symptoms/ocd-related-hoarding

Note: When severe hoarding occurs along with other typical symptoms of OCD, but is deemed to be separate from OCD symptoms, a diagnosis of both OCD and Hoarding Disorder may be made. Find a book about hoarding. Back to Obsessions and Compulsions. Back to Information for Adults

adaa.org/.../obsessive-compulsive-disorder-ocd/hoarding-basics

Find out about animal hoarding. Hoarding can be related to compulsive buying (such as never passing up a bargain), the compulsive acquisition of free items (such as collecting flyers), or the compulsive search for perfect or unique items (which may not appear to others as unique, such as an old container). Symptoms and Behavior