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    Seasonal tics

    I am also stopping FLU vaccines starting this year as her symptoms did start showing right after taking the SHOTS. We also started MIN TRAN and lymp-node ii tonic as suggested by my child's chiropractor and everything is back to normal for us now. Its the toxins in our bodies cause these TICs and why certain parts have symptoms depends on weakness in that area, Check eyes checked as well as my child had somewhat dry eyes and so using RETAIN eye drops gave a big relief as well.
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    Seasonal tics

    Hi, here is what I did after reading numerous topics online on TICs and Triggers and patterns in TICs etc. My daughter , now 9, starting her first symtoms of TICs 4 years ago. Very seasonal in the sense that they would start in April\May and go for couple weeks and then completely gone. we ignored it pretty much each time until this April (2017). This time, I noted dates as well as to when first symptom started and what were the patterns. I was getting tired of our dear doctors telling me that this is a neurological disorder and most kids outgrow these and so and so forth. I needed answers as to what is causing these TICS and how I can help my child. I started charting symptoms, dates and severity etc for 4 weeks or so. Short story is - My child's allergy testing came all negative however I kept seeing symptoms that would go up on severity on days when certain pollen counts would go up so was very convinced that seasonal allergies \ "Sensitivity" had a lot to do with this for sure. Did some more research and found a local "well rated" Chiropractor in my area. I took my child for Allergy Testing with her and also did some chiropracic work. My child's symptoms were eye rolls from one side to bottom one side. always one directional. so I knew there were two things going - 1. There is a Trigger for this TIC. 2. TIC occurs in only one area of child's body...this time eyes.. TIC had a trigger which would occur in a body part that had weakness to a degree. UPon more checks, we found the following- My child had sensitivities to the following- 1. Ragweed pollen, Oaks Pollen 2. Aluminum (bad) 3. Mold as well 4. Food colors (bad) This is what we did - Removed Milk products from our diets, no tinned foods (as aluminum ), no foods with food colors at all. STarted morning smoothies - Kale, spinach, pumpkin seeds, almonds, lots of fresh organic fruits. For eyes- we used RETAIN eye drops as my child's eyes were getting DRY rather so histamines would not work. After 2 weeks , all TICS gone completely. We also, switched her to organic fruit plan based natural mutlivitamins. Here is what I suggest - 1. Check for sensitivities. Find a good chiropractor. 2. Go for all natural diet and eliminate food triggers for sure. you will see the results for sure. Thank you
  3. angel23

    How to find a good accupunturist?

    I have great experience at Maryland university of Integrative Health http://www.muih.edu/.
  4. angel23

    Diet...

    Hi, here is what I did after reading numerous topics online on TICs and Triggers and patterns in TICs etc. My daughter , now 9, starting her first symtoms of TICs 4 years ago. Very seasonal in the sense that they would start in April\May and go for couple weeks and then completely gone. we ignored it pretty much each time until this April (2017). This time, I noted dates as well as to when first symptom started and what were the patterns. I was getting tired of our dear doctors telling me that this is a neurological disorder and most kids outgrow these and so and so forth. I needed answers as to what is causing these TICS and how I can help my child. I started charting symptoms, dates and severity etc for 4 weeks or so. Short story is - My child's allergy testing came all negative however I kept seeing symptoms that would go up on severity on days when certain pollen counts would go up so was very convinced that seasonal allergies \ "Sensitivity" had a lot to do with this for sure. Did some more research and found a local "well rated" Chiropractor in my area. I took my child for Allergy Testing with her and also did some chiropracic work. My child's symptoms were eye rolls from one side to bottom one side. always one directional. so I knew there were two things going - 1. There is a Trigger for this TIC. 2. TIC occurs in only one area of child's body...this time eyes.. TIC had a trigger which would occur in a body part that had weakness to a degree. UPon more checks, we found the following- My child had sensitivities to the following- 1. Ragweed pollen, Oaks Pollen 2. Aluminum (bad) 3. Mold as well 4. Food colors (bad) This is what we did - Removed Milk products from our diets, no tinned foods (as aluminum ), no foods with food colors at all. STarted morning smoothies - Kale, spinach, pumpkin seeds, almonds, lots of fresh organic fruits. For eyes- we used RETAIN eye drops as my child's eyes were getting DRY rather so histamines would not work. After 2 weeks , all TICS gone completely. We also, switched her to organic fruit plan based natural mutlivitamins. Here is what I suggest - 1. Check for sensitivities. Find a good chiropractor. 2. Go for all natural diet and eliminate food triggers for sure. you will see the results for sure. Good Bless!
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