Life is full complications. If I had a Tic Tac in dollars for every "tic" that has occurred in my lifetime I'd be able to stay home every day. Tic's are medically described as repetitive sound making due to urges or sensations. Motor induced tics exist too. These involuntary movements eg. vocal tics happen when an autistic person or one who is developmentally or mentally disabled feels that by "making a constant" noise, grunt or odd sound he or she is improving something or that they like the way something is afterwards. Which results in them being happy after all of this is very said and done. Tics are caused by the developmental dysfunction of dopamine neurotransmission, which results in low synaptic dopamine levels and inadequate amounts of dopamine in the basal ganglia. This contributes to the mental disorder of an autistic person. The tic or tics are caused by the abnormal dopamine function in the brain and thus the tic can be considered a neurological disorder. The underlying problem or one of the problems is that people with autism and who often use "throat clearing" tics as a mechanism of function may be affected by "globus hystericus" or in layman's terms "lump in the throat". Gosh, all of this due to neurological anxiety and distress from autism! Because the tic as expressed is sometimes pyscohosomatic since physically they can find nothing medically wrong such as a chronic throat ailment or digestive problem; it can be difficult to diagnose in an autistic person without doing many a test. The throat clearing process is a way of expression for an autistic person who otherwise can't express deep concerns about themselves or the world in which they live. Throat clearing is a way of relieving this anxiety or stress. Since autism also affects a person neurologically, anxiety and stress causes such tics. How can this madness be stopped? Always consult a herbalist or physician before using herbal remedies if using other medications. If you're at wits end and trying to cope with tics in someone who has autism, herbal relaxers may improve relaxation in a person with autism so that they can function and express themselves as humanly as possible. Such remedies include: cedarwood and lavender and can be used to reduce the intensity or frequent urge of tics. Yes, tics occur every day and have created their own start-up. Reduce the bug and get rid of tics by trying cedarwood and lavender!
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