“In this book, the mainstream approach to Tourette syndrome is uprooted by reports from the tic community itself.”
This book has been written by Sheila Rogers DeMare. The publishers say:
“… an unflinching case is made for a new paradigm in the treatment of Tourette syndrome.
For more than 40 years, the status quo has blindly endorsed the concept that genetics are the overwhelming and intractable cause of Tourette’s. The public is taught that little can be done to improve symptoms without the use of strong medications.
‘Tics just happen. Tourette’s is genetic. Sometimes symptoms will be better, sometimes worse. Tics wax and wane—we don’t know why. It is a mystery!’
Or so they say.
In this book, the mainstream approach to Tourette syndrome is uprooted by reports from the tic community itself. The reader is shown the startling truth that answers to tics may be hiding in plain sight.
The incidence of tic disorders has spiked over the past 20 years, with estimates that 1 in 100 now have Tourette syndrome—a condition that used to be rare.
One cause of this increase? Dietary, allergic, and toxic triggers—an area ignored by researchers in this field.
Ever since seeing her own child healed of Tourette syndrome more than 25 years ago, Sheila Rogers DeMare has dedicated herself to collecting and investigating worldwide reports of tic triggers, which she divides into eight types.
2. Food and drink
5. Physical imbalances
6. Sensory influences
‘Just as migraine and asthma conditions have symptom triggers, so do tics,’ Rogers Demare says. ‘Unfortunately, research has ignored this issue.’
… The bottom line is clear:
Tourette syndrome is not just genetic, and avoiding your triggers can be life-changing.
Learn how to find your triggers.”
You can find out more from here.