Video: Tics and Compulsions: The big difference

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Tourette syndrome with other general neurological abnormalities, including:
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Video: Tics and Compulsions: The big difference

Postby Greyhound » Wed Nov 26, 2008 3:29 pm

Many people think that tics and compulsions are on different ends on the same spectrum. Although they are connected in some ways and people with either Tourette syndrome or obsessive compulsive disorder will often have traits of the other, tics and compulsions are different in that they are responses to different things.

I begin by explaining my previous theory and then explain my revised theory and end with some more insights into tics and compulsions.

Please note that this video is based on personal theory and not medical or scientific fact.

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Re: Video: Tics and Compulsions: The big difference

Postby deathchibi » Mon Dec 15, 2008 12:48 am

WONDERFUL just wonderfully done EXCELLENT, WELL DONE! :D :hail:

*sniffles* :) :huggles:

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Joined: Thu Jul 24, 2008 12:02 pm
Disabilities: Neurologically dodgy!

Tourette syndrome with other general neurological abnormalities, including:
CAPD traits
Mild Asperger syndrome traits/NVLD/social-emotional processing difficulties/dyssemia
Tactile issues
Irritability (used to have rages)
Distractibility
Absent mindedness manifesting itself as short term/working memory problems
Organisational problems
Possible Harry Benjamin syndrome/dysmorphia
Hypodipsia
Synesthesia (associated type)?

All very mild though - just some dodgy circuitry!
Location: Birmingham, UK
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Re: Video: Tics and Compulsions: The big difference

Postby Greyhound » Mon Dec 22, 2008 5:02 pm

lol thanks :D
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Re: Video: Tics and Compulsions: The big difference

Postby Titan's Fiancée » Tue Dec 13, 2011 3:42 pm

Great video and VERY well explained hun. WELL DONE :hail:
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