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Compulsion control: Is my hair-twirling normal?

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Psychiatrist and TODAY contributor Gail Saltz explains how to break a hair-twirling habit, why some people obsessively count numbers and set their alarm clocks ahead, and how to curb other compulsions and anxieties to bring more normalcy into your life.