Tic Disorder

Tic-disorder

Tics are rapid and repeated involuntary movements. Children who experience them may be embarrassed and teased by their peers.

• Tics are rapid and repeated involuntary movements. Children who experience them may be embarrassed and teased by their peers. Tics usually affect the face and neck and take the form of eye blinking, shoulder shrugging, facial grimacing, neck twisting, throat clearing, sniffing and dry coughs. Sometimes these movements occur frequently throughout the day; at other times, they occur only occasionally.
• Tics occur in about 20 percent of school-age children, beginning most often between ages 7 and 9, although they sometimes start as early as age 2 or 3. Tics are irregular in their pattern, but they often appear suddenly after some type of physical or social stress, and they tend to increase when a child is tense, anxious, tired or idle. Tics become less frequent when a child is able to relax and are never present during sleep.

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