Tourette's Syndrome and
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What Is Tourette's Syndrome?
Tourette's syndrome is a complex condition that causes tics or involuntary sounds
and movements. It is similar to PANDAS and PANS in
symptom presentations. It is often accompanied by other diagnoses including ADHD,
anxiety, anger or aggressiveness, Autism, behavioral issues, depression, learning
difficulties, OCD and sleep disorders.
The tics can be both physical
Physical Symptoms include: blinking, eye
rolling, grimacing, jerking the head, jerking of the limbs, jumping,
shrugging, touching objects, twirling and shrugging.
Vocal ticks include
things like: animal sounds, coughing, grunting, saying random words or
phases, throat clearing, tongue clicking, repeating a sound or word,
swearing and whistling.
Tics that occur may vary from day to day.
The tics are almost always worse with stress, anxiety and tiredness.
Tourette's Syndrome can also
be associated with antisocial behavior, inappropriate behavior and sudden
Homeopathic Remedies For Tourette's Syndrome
One of the top remedies for facial twitching. Twitching of the eyelids
and eyeballs. Facial muscles feels stiff, face itches and burns.
Suited to impulsive and hurried persons. Panic and anxiety attacks. For
tics where anxiety worsens the condition.
Eye lid twitching. Eyeballs rotate quickly behind closed lids or roll
from side to side. Distorted face and chewing motion of the lower jaw.
Hyoscyamus is adapted to nervous, irritable and excitable persons.
Hyoscyamus is one of the best remedies for tics where the person making
grimaces and ridiculous gestures. Muscles twitch when protruding the tongue.
The person constantly stares at surrounding objects. Hyoscyamus persons are
erotic, expose genitals, makes obscene gestures, sings amorous songs.
is best adapted to oversensitive and nervous persons with changeable
moods and hysterical attitudes. There is twitching of muscles of face and
lips. Spasmodic clenching of the jaws. All complaints worse from emotions.
Twitching of face and mouth occurs when tired or stressed. Silly
expressions, clowning behaviors. Low confidence level. Emotional, weeps
easily. Fear of failure or humiliation.
Suited to those suffering from cerebral and nervous exhaustion. Automatic
motion of hands and head, or one hand and head. Twitching and jerking of