Tic Tamer - Homeopathic remedy reduces tics & involuntary twitches
Homeopathic remedy for involuntary tics and twitches
- Helps to control common involuntary tics and jerking
- Reduces involuntary muscle spasms
- Promotes a soothing and calming effect
- Safe and effective for all ages and during pregnancy
- Natural homeopathic formula reduces dependence on prescription drugs
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Motor tics: Symptoms and causes
Motor tics are rapid and uncontrollable movements or spasms involving various muscle groups in the body. These are involuntary actions and they tend to occur in sudden bouts. Usually occurring on a daily basis, motor tics are almost always an unwelcome occurrence and are generally quite frustrating to deal with. Motor tics are more common in children than adults, however, in some cases they can continue into adulthood. Unlike voluntary muscle actions, motor tics are very difficult to control, and while some people manage to suppress them for a short time, it seldom lasts long. In fact, suppressing tics can be described as trying to suppress a sneeze that really wants to come out, and once released; most people feel a sense of relief afterwards.
Common motor tics include:
- Excessive blinking or eye twitches
- Grimaces of the face
- Quick movements of the arms, legs, or other areas
- Vocal tics e.g. barking, compulsive throat clearing or involuntary swearing
For many children, motor tics are transient, and disappear within a matter of weeks or months. This is especially true for children who develop tics during periods of intense stress. For others, motor tics are a long-term problem which may last for years and into adulthood. When this is the case, a diagnosis of chronic motor tic disorder is often made. When motor tics occur together with vocal tics, then a diagnosis of Tourette’s syndrome may be considered.
The cause of motor tics is not fully understood, however, much research has suggested that there is a strong genetic component, and motor tics often run in families. Other research has also suggested that motor tics are related to brain chemical abnormalities or deficiencies of certain vitamins and minerals such as magnesium. Various factors have also been shown to trigger or worsen existing tic conditions and these include tension, stress, fatigue, illness, recent head injury, excitement, and certain medications. In other cases, tics are a symptom of other conditions such as Tourette’s syndrome or Tardive Dyskinesia.
The natural way
In today’s modern world, our brain needs to be taken care of as much as our other organs! It may seem rather odd – but the brain is the only organ that needs to remind us to take care of it! Following a healthy diet, (one low in salt), and drinking 8 glasses of water per day can help to keep the brain nourished and hydrated. A healthy nervous system also depends on the amount of time we take to ‘exercise’ our brains – doing puzzles and problem solving can also keep our brain and nervous system ‘oiled’. Another way to support the nervous system is to take time out to relax. This is very important for any tic disorder. Taking the time to do yoga, meditation or a relaxing sport to unwind can help the nervous system and brain to ‘re-boot’. Natural remedies can also help to support the nervous system and motor responses in the body. In fact, natural remedies have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years to support the healthy functioning of the brain and nervous system.
How can Tic Tamer help?
Tic Tamer is a 100% natural homeopathic remedy formulated for the control of common involuntary tics and jerking. Tic Tamer can be used to safely support the nervous system and brain, without harmful side effects. This remedy contains a selection of homeopathic ingredients known for their ability to address common jerking and involuntary tics. Due to the concentrated tincture formula, Tic Tamer Drops are absorbed into the system with ease – exactly when you need it!
Tic Tamer contains the following 100% active homeopathic ingredients in therapeutic dosage:
- Hyoscyamus (30C) – this homeopathic remedy is beneficial for those who tend to give in to restlessness, often with jerky movement when they are enthused or worried about something.
- Zinc met (30C) - is another homeopathic remedy that supports the absorption of minerals in the body. In addition, Zinc met. acts as a nervous system tonic to soothe the nerves at night as well as during the day.
- Cina (30C) - is thought to be named after Artemisia - the queen of Persia and renowned herbalist in the 4th century BC. It is used homeopathically to relieve irritability, increase tolerance and prevent outbursts.
- Chamomilla (12C) - is a well-known soothing and calming homeopathic remedy to address any common involuntary spasms.
How has Tic Tamer helped others?
‘This has helped me enormously; I really don’t know what I would do without it...’ – James
‘My tics were so embarrassing. I would avoid social gatherings at work because I felt ashamed – then my psychologist said I should try this site and look for a natural remedy. I have been taking Tic Tamer with nerve tonic, and I can feel the improvement. Thank you so much for my confidence!’ – Mallory
‘The only thing I can say about this product is: TRY IT…You won’t be sorry, I am thrilled...’ - Kenneth
'Some days I get fidgety more than other days – this has helped to control my movements better. Thanks.’ – Hedley
How do I use Tic Tamer?
Tic Tamer is presented in a concentrated 50ml tincture formula, making it easy to take.
Hold bottle upside down and administer drops directly into the mouth. Alternatively dilute drops in quarter cup water and sip slowly.
Adults: 10 drops 3 - 5 times a day, until symptoms subside. Children under 12 years use 5 drops.
Note: Consult your doctor if symptoms persist or worsen.
Tic Tamer may be used along with the following natural remedies:
- Triple Complex Nerve Tonic (recommended) - Tissue salt remedy for nervous system health
- PureCalm herbal remedy to help support calmed soothed nerves and assist with stress
This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.