Hoarding >> Compulsive Hoarding Trash Hauling

Compulsive hoarding, round four


Some people might think, is Compulsive Hoarding Trash Hauling some form of entertainment? Maybe you have seen the so-called reality television show “Hoarding: Buried Alive,” now your answer may be “yes.” Watching these shows have been described as some kind of guilty pleasure – you can at least feel better knowing that you do not have as much junk as these people. While a usual episode could feature a son and his dear old mother eating who knows what in a bedroom that has rodents.

  1. Or there's a woman who fights over giving away an old bed where her dog died, you might wonder whether if these people really live like this. Or, you could wonder if this TV show is just another “reality television show” where they have their scripts and stages are used to make sure that drama-filled episodes will sell on DVD for $19.95 But regardless whether you believe that this show features real people with real junk, Compulsive Hoarding Trash Hauling is not in fact for our entertainment, but instead a real and potentially life-threatening condition. As a matter fact, it is estimated that there are about two million people in the United States alone that hoard.
  2. Compulsive hoarding is usually defined as, the obsessive collecting and the failure to throw away stuff of very little value, leading to disarray, distress, and disability. Compulsive Hoarding Trash Hauling not only will interfere with your day-to-day activities of life like cooking, cleaning and sleeping, but it also puts our elderly citizens in a particular high risk for falling, poor living conditions, and other health risks. In fact, our seniors, far more than any other segment of the general population, are associated with serious hoarding issues. And because these elderly people might have hoarded through most of their lifetimes, the problem could be exacerbated in part basically because the person has had a longer time period to collect and save stuff.
  3. An older person, is usually a person who is at least sixty five years of age. Compulsive Hoarding Trash Hauling was once described as a “hidden problem,” elder abuse has remained to be a national epidemic of the mistreatment of our seniors. Some states hoarding is not listed under the classification of self-neglect, and as a result, there are no specific treatments to address hoarding when there is a finding of this kind of elder abuse.
  4. Also, even if hoarding is a recognized problem and it can threaten an elderly person’s health, safety, and well-being, they could refuse help or an intervention at any time. So, the elderly are left to hoard, and the problem will continue to worsen. Although Compulsive Hoarding Trash Hauling could be problematic for all age groups, it is certainly a behavior that is probably the most dangerous for seniors that might have physical and mental impairments who also have had time to collect and store stuff for many, many years. Compulsive Hoarding Trash Hauling, a potentially life threatening disease, is a type of elder abuse that should be recognized and addressed.

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