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  1. Thanks for your response. Would you mind sharing the brand of B6 and magensium citrate with me? Thanks.
  2. Didn't realize I posted a similar question a month ago here. Didn't get any response though.
  3. Hi all, I was wondering if there is any medication that doesn't have side affect as drowsiness. Does such medication exist for Tourettes? I used to be on Risperidone for over 10 years, but my new doctor when I moved to different province changed me into Haldol because risperidone was no longer working and my tics were really bad. Haldol is working somewhat. maybe 50 to 60 percent I think. However, I would still like to have more benefit out of medication, more like 80 to 90 percent. And I hope to find one that doesn't make me drowsy, so that I can also take it in the morning. Right now I'
  4. Does it exist? Theres gotta be better drug development other than just making you calm and sleepy to reduce tics. Ive tried risperidone and haldol and both make me extremely drowsy. I also take clonidine. Even cannabis oil with high CBD causes sleepiness. I want to take meds on morning too but i gotta work! I have my next appt with my doctor next month and i wanna tell him i wanna try med that doesn’t make me drowsy. But before that, i want to know if any med like that exist for tourettes. Thanks so much in advance.
  5. I live in a pretty big city in Canada, and my psychiatrist was not able to find me a tic resistance therapy like Habit Reversal Therapy. So there is a place called Tourettes Syndrom Service here and I called them and asked if they offered it, and they said I can't join because I'm an adult (25 year old). I am very mad about how all these services are geared toward children and adolescents. There are some people like myself who continue to have Tourettes as an adult, which really sucks. I feel like I'm left out that the associations don't care for those small percentage of people who continue t
  6. Hi all, I'm 25 male who have had Tourettes since around 10 years old. I've been on medication ever since. I learned about this forum a couple years ago, and I tried many natural ways to reduce my tics, including removing artificial flavours/colours from my diet, trying Natural calm + Calcium combo, Multi vitamin, probiotics, Vitamin B complex, Flax Seed, Omega 3, but I don't think they are helping. I recently saw a post about GABA, and did some search, and I came to this thread. Two options I haven't tried yet are GABA and TMJ mouth piece, which also I learned from here, and also Yo
  7. Hi Sheila, Thank you so much for your incredibly helpful response. I have already gained improvement from following your post. I reduced sugar a lot, and eating more natural food. Also, I am avoiding food that have chemicals at grocery stores. I have to say, I'm quite shocked how flavoured potato chips have so many chemicals in them to make the flavour, while plain ones only have potato, vegetable oil, and salt. I never noticed this before! I have another question, and was hoping if you have any idea. I did notice my tics significantly reduced after having Natural calm, and good foods
  8. Hi everyone, I have had tourettes since i was very little, and I'm now 23. I have been relying on meds mostly since thats only what doctors suggest. However, I recently found out tics are heavily related to food and also magnesium as well. I had been eating quite a lot of junk food recently, and a lot of stress from graduating in the toughest engineering school in the country, as well as looking for jobs, having interviews, my tics have been crazy. My tics has always been pretty bad, but there were some times that it was better. I have a variety of tics i do in the same period, and they ke
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