Han, one of the leading actors of the TV series Innocent Apartment, which has just started on TRT 1 screens and has managed to attract the attention of millions, continues to surprise everyone with his moves as part of his role. Han, who suffers from dysposophobia, has been collecting garbage from the beginning. Han is overwhelmed by her sister Safiye’s cleaning sickness. But why is Han collecting garbage? Here is everything about Innocent Apartments Han’s illness and dyspozophobia
The series of Innocent Apartments, which started broadcasting on TRT 1 on Tuesday, received full marks from everyone. The fact that important names shared the leading roles in the series caused the series to fall like a bomb on everyone’s agenda. While her older sister Safiye is a cleaning lady, her sister Han collects garbage. After these shocking images, social media was shaken. Surprised by the most striking scenes of the series, the audience wondered what was the Innocent Apartment Han’s Disease. Even though he is the CEO, Han, who collects garbage at night without informing anyone, made him say that there is no audience watching anymore, Han, are you sick too.
Han is confronted with the fact that the toy that he loved so much as a child was thrown away by his mother, and that the toy he was emotionally attached to was lost. His mother said he would stay a child and threw him away, but Han wants to keep and protect everything that is precious to him.
WHAT IS DYSPOSOPHOBIA? HOW IS DYSPOSOPHOBIA DETECTED AND TREATED?
Dysposophobia, that is, it is a disease of not being able to throw away everything (paper, magazine, book, etc.) that he thinks is valuable to him. The other name of the disease, which is Dysposophobia in the medical language, is compulsive hoarding disease, this problem, also called hoarding, is the condition of hoarding and throwing away all worthless, unhealthy, unused items. In the hoarding disease, there is an irregularity and inconsistency in the items that are collected and cannot be thrown away. That’s why it’s very different from collecting. Collectors collect only items related to one or a few areas. Moreover, there is an order and order in the collected items. They pursue their hobbies with a certain discipline.
Accumulation disease, pencil, eraser, etc. from childhood. Although it starts with the accumulation of such things, it is mostly seen after the age of 50. Hoarding disease is observed in 15% of obsessive diseases with OCCD. In fact, hoarding is also a condition of obsessive compulsive personality disorder (OCPD), and impulse control disorder is at the center of the work. The person obsessively tries to bring everything he can get to his house and collect it, and it is extremely disturbing for the person to be thrown out, regardless of what he brought to his house.
SYMPTOMS OF COLLECTION DISEASE
Tendency to hoard necessary and unnecessary things,
Never be able to throw away what they have collected, get angry when someone tries to throw them away, and feel severely disturbed and anxious,
Behavioral disorders of various degrees in the person’s social life,
Usually there is no similarity or connection between the items collected.
Generally, there is not much room for movement in homes and workplaces due to uncontrolled accumulation.
Almost all rooms, from the bedroom to the bathroom, are filled with furniture.
HOW TO TREAT ACCUMULATION DISEASE?
If the hoarding situation prevents the daily life of the person himself or those around him, it means that it is time for treatment. In cases related to hoarding disease, patients generally do not resort to a treatment process voluntarily. Because they don’t realize it’s an inconvenience. Antidepressant drugs do not work well for those with hoarding disease. Cognitive-behavioral therapies can be beneficial, albeit in part, by improving insight and awareness.