Tourette Syndrome and children

Tourette Syndrome is an involuntary neurological disorder characterized by a sudden onset of tics of the following characteristics:
– involuntary repeated rapid eye blinking,
– involuntary repeated vocal sounds,
– involuntary repeated rapid hands and/or feet and/or legs    movements,
– involuntary repeated rapid tic twitches of the mouth

The onset starts suddenly during childhood and persists if not treated. I have treated several cases using the cause and effect of allergies. The patients showed great improvement and noticeable reduction of the symptoms.
My clinical experience points out to the following causes:
– excessive usage of antibiotics,
– allergic symptoms to certain food,
– possible onset of fear or scare in child’s life

– child’s medical history from birth till the day of examination,
– history of repeated antibiotics treatments,
blood testing for 196 food items suspected for allergies