Want to learn more about Tourettes? Here’s a conglomeration of my most popular Tourette Syndrome posts!
Hey, everyone! Sorry for taking so long to respond to your comments. My family just finished a move across the country, and we’re finally surfacing from the sea of boxes with a new sense of normal. I recently put out a survey asking readers what kind of posts you’re interested in reading more about. Interestingly enough, many of the requests were focused on questions answered in previous posts. So I thought a little roundup might be helpful in case you missed one of the posts before! Just click the image to read the correct post!
Question: I have a loved one with Tourettes. How do I support them?
Perspectives to consider when you want to “talk Tourettes” with your significant other.
Your friend has Tourettes. You’re sure of it. But why won’t he talk about it with you?
For those who wonder what your spouse with Tourettes thinks of your support.
10 questions and answers to the most common questions about Tourettes
When your friends ask you, here are some ideas to answer that question, “What are tics?”
Exercise is one of the most underutilized natural Tourettes medications in the world.
Is it normal for people with Tourettes to struggle with sleep?
Question: My child has begun doing some strange things with his hands and face. Could he have Tourettes?
Should I have my child’s pediatrician do an evaluation?
I know my child is struggling with tics, hyperactivity, and/or something else. But does she really need a diagnosis?
My child has tics, but he has other symptoms, too! Why do his symptoms seem so confusing?
If you haven’t had your question answered, I’ll be doing another roundup soon, as well as posting new blogs. I’d love to hear what you think, so just comment in the box below! Also, don’t forget to sign up for my weekly newsletter for extra information about neurological disorders, education, and encouragement. And as always, thanks for reading!