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  1. Hello, dee45 and welcome to the forum <-- Friendly hello
  2. Yes, but would that be chlorine in all forms or in its elemental form?
  3. Well, not exactly just MMS, but what it makes with the activator. MMS (miracle mineral supplement) = sodium chlorite (NOT sodium chlorate) If mixed with the activator (I think it's citric acid) it makes chlorine dioxide of which you take a tiny amound with water or juice. Chlorine dioxide is also used as a water purifier.
  4. I had an idea that everyone could contribute what they know to an easy-to-use reference in the form of a wiki. I've put together the bare bones of it with some basic articles just to give an idea of what it might be like. What do people think of the idea? Who would be willing to contribute? Main page: http://tourette.wikia.com/wiki/Tourette_Plus%2C_Naturally List of articles added so far: http://tourette.wikia.com/wiki/Special:AllPages
  5. As some of you know about two months (or more?) ago I underwent general anaesthetic to have an operation. Now I know the anaesthetics are supposed to be safe and have no effects, but I'm worried because I've experienced more rage-like feelings and behaviour in the last couple of months that I had for several years before. I finally thought I was pretty much rage-free and now I'm worried and really upset because it's come back. For several days a couple of weeks ago I would get SO angry at myself and other things just because, say, I dropped something (which is another thing that seems
  6. I've had to stop the supplements while recovering from an operation (abdominal abscess), so no progress I'm afraid.
  7. I hope I'm posting this in the right section. Anyway, about six weeks ago I had an operation to remove an abdominal abscess and have been making slow progress. Anyway, I'm having mild problems with my speech (occasionally slightly slurred and with mild stuttering) and ability to think of the right words. I also feel I may be ticcing slightly more than before, although it may be a waxing phase. Can any of this be to do with anaesthetic? Has anyone else had problems after anaesthesia?
  8. I was just wondering - do you/your children have more moles than most people? I have loads all over my body. I heard somewhere that they might be connected with yeast infection.
  9. What are people's thoughts on the theory? Does it help explain anything? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJXpeLj76Jc I hope it's okay to post this here.
  10. My neck is odd - it's wonky slightly to the right lol
  11. The only immunisation I have ever had is tetanus: once as a baby and once in, I think 2000. Maybe that's why mine are mild, if they have affected/caused my tics.
  12. I'm guilty of talking loudly too I'm afraid!
  13. If you think about it, a vocal tic is still caused by a movement.
  14. I feel that: tic = response to a sensation compulsion = response to a thought
  15. Has anyone tried using clay for chelation? Just wondering.
  16. To all those of you who use the Intramax, where do you buy it from? Is there a UK version of the product? Thanks
  17. I tried to write about this a few years ago, but I didn't know much myself, so it could be inaccurate: http://multiconnection.tripod.com/greencon.../sametraits.htm All these conditions overlap to some extent. Aspergers: Core problem is social difficulties Other main problems include taking things literally, narrow interests/obsessions Other problems include inattention, sensory integration and processing problems, tics and compulsions ADHD: Core problems are inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity (depending on type) Other main problems include executive dysfunction Other
  18. Hehe I wonder which I had a reaction to though. Maybe they really do put polish in it!
  19. Not for tics specifically, for a source of Omega 3. Linseed oil is the same as flaxssed oil, but it's usually called flaxseed oil in supplements. In this case, they've called it linseed oil. It's like broage oil is the same as starflower oil. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linseed_oil (scroll down) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flaxseed Maybe it's a different form. I always get it wrong. But don't worry, I haven't been eating wood polish! This is the product (bought from a Revital health food shop, not online): http://www.biocare.co.uk/ecommerce/pdfs/144.pdf
  20. I've found out these must have been reactions to the new supplements. Because I was still worried about mercury contamination with the fish oil, I switched to a combined linseed and borage oil capsule. I don't know what the reaction was to - the capsule (they're weird green ones), the borage oil or the linseed oil. Well, I ay oil, but they're powdered which I found weird. Has anyone else had an adverse reaction with any of these things?
  21. Ah, Intramax. I'd take it, but it has to be kept in the fridge, and there's no way I'm putting it in the fridge where eveyone can see it lol I hope it is just low blood pressure, but then it happens after eating and I go all weak and shaky as well as dizzy. I'm terrified because it might be a sign of diabetes.
  22. A couple of times recently, I've felt shaky and without energy (and a bit dizzy) after eating a meal. I'm worried I might have done some damage somehow by taking too many supplements or something. I've also been ticcing a lot more. Can anyone advise me on this please?
  23. I'm not sure if this has been done before or not, but I thought a simple, easy to follow guide to supplement types and forms would be useful. Please let me know of any inaccuracies as I'm not an expert! Magnesium Best type(s): Taurate (good for neuromuscular health, taurine helps utilisation of magnesium, some people find it has adverse effects due to the taurine) Citrate (well absorbed, can have laxitave effect) Malate (well absorbed, malic acid part of krebs cycle (energy), chelates aluminum, tablets are large) Glycinate (well absorbed, gentle on the stomach, apparently particula
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