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  • La Mousmé, Vincent van Gogh, 1888, Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington (article on tic attacks and tic disorder)
    Mental Health and Conditions

    Tic Attacks and Tic Disorder

    The term tic attack describes times distinct episodes of non-suppressible and severe tics that can span from a few minutes to hours. While tic attacks can be extremely distressful, they are treatable.

  • Photo by Mosa Moseneke on Unsplash (article on tic disorders)
    Mental Health and Conditions

    Tic Disorders: Overview, Types and Treatments

    A tic is an unwanted, irregular, and often repetitive, involuntary muscle movement or vocal sound. Many individuals experience involuntary behavioral actions similar to tics at some point during their lives. However, tics are considered problematic when they interfere with daily activities or negatively affect a person’s quality of life.

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