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Facial tics are uncontrollable spasms in the face, such as rapid eye blinking or nose scrunching. They may also be called mimic spasms. Although facial tics are usually involuntary, they may be suppressed temporarily. A number of different disorders can cause facial tics. They occur most often in children, but they can affect adults as well. Tics are much more common in boys than in girls.
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Everything you need to know about facial tics
Kids and Tics: What's "Normal" and When to see a Specialist - ChildrensMD
Aidan could feel it. He was in the middle of an exam and didn't want to make a scene, so he tried to control it. But it was no use. The stress of the exam was getting to him, and the longer he held in his tic, the more he could feel it building up inside him.
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The Management of Tics
Post-infectious demyelination is not uncommon in children and can present with myriad of symptoms depending on the topographical localization. We would like to report a case of acute-onset facial motor tics as a presenting feature secondary to demyelination. An year-old healthy boy presented to us with a short history of fever, headache and sore throat. He was treated with five days of oral antibiotics for probable throat infection.
Back to Health A to Z. Tics are fast, repetitive muscle movements that result in sudden and difficult to control body jolts or sounds. They're fairly common in childhood and typically first appear at around five years of age. Very occasionally they can start in adulthood. Tics aren't usually serious and normally improve over time.