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Sudden, involuntary, repetitive, non-rhythmic body movements or vocalization The Ultimate Diabetic Cookbook Review involving different body parts characterizes Tourette's. Examples of these movements or tics would be head jerking, eye blinking, sneezing, or facial movements. Tourette's syndrome is not related to autism, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, or seizure activity. Tourette's is the most severe of the spectrum of tic disorders.

The symptoms of Tourette's tend to wax and wane and the severity of this disorder varies. Many people with the disorder experience additional neurobehavioral problems including inattention, hyperactivity, and obsessive-compulsive symptoms such as repetitive behaviors and intrusive worries/thoughts. However, most people with the disorder have only mild cases and it may go undetected and not diagnosed.

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