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  1. @Outofthefryingpan Her tics seem to pick up about 4-5 minutes into the drive and it takes hours for her body to relax again. We've been only driving her to the chiropractor and our naturalist because they become very painful. The newest tic is a gasping tic which has been worrisome, and it seems to only happen in the car. She doesn't have a gasping tic anywhere else. My husband thinks it may be mold or chemicals from a leaky window. I took her car through a car wash the day before she started having severe tic attacks in the car. I haven't asked her to get back in the explorer even though we've dried the floors out and cleaned the inside with safe soap. I'll have to try it out again on our next trip to see if its still a trigger. I hope it isn't because it is actually her car she used to drive before she started having tics 3 months ago.
  2. My daughter has tourettes. She's 16 and just over the last few months has developed motor and vocal tics that have taken away her ability to enjoy her teenage life. It's been a nightmare. We are seeing a natural doctor and chiropractor who has helped us find her food sensitivities, chemical sensitivities and metal sensitivities. Today I noticed that she has a severe tic attack while I'm driving her in our car. She starts talking about feeling nauseous, and that she can feel them starting in her belly. From there her tics become out of control, not that they're ever in control. It takes a good 25-30 minutes after she gets out of the car for her body to settle down. Has anyone else experienced this with their child with tics? What could possibly be causing these tic attacks in our 2003 Ford Explorer? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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