Tourette syndrome in children: causes and treatment
Over the past few decades, tourette syndrome in children has increased dramatically. This is for a number of reasons, including changes in the diet of suburban children, an increase in the popularity of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches among children, and the fact that kids today spend too much time on their phones.
The most common symptoms of tourette syndrome in children are very audible involuntary grunts made after every sentence and/or a series of tweets or likes written by the child immediately after every comment made by another person.
If you feel like your child’s tourette syndrome symptoms are getting worse, or if you’re worried about their overall tics, there are several steps you can take to help your child: remove all traces of peanut butter from their home; get them off their phone and into real-life face-to-face interaction with friends