Last Modified on Apr 10, 2015
Tics are so upsetting, especially if a child is suffering from them, that home remedies are tirelessly sought. Tics may disappear with no treatment, but can also become chronic. A magnesium deficiency, which can be treated with a supplement, may cure the tic. Homeopathic medicine is another safe, non-invasive alternative cure. Finally, dietary triggers, if found and eliminated, can also prevent the tics from occurring.
What are Tics?
Tics are involuntary and repetitive movements related to distinct muscle groups; the tics can be motor tics (eye blinking or twitching) or vocal (involuntary sounds, words or throat clearing). The exact cause is unknown, but may be triggered in the brain by abnormal neurotransmitters. There is also a link to stress and sleep deprivation. Many tics are temporary, but chronic tics can indicate Tourette’s Syndrome.
Natural Remedies for Involuntary Movements
Many natural cures for tics were discovered when searching for a cure for Tourette’s Syndrome. Magnesium proved to be effective as part of a treatment program. Homeopathic remedies offered a solution to the involuntary movements for many who relied upon that alternative treatment. Searching and eliminating a dietary trigger or candida problem can eliminate the tic.
Magnesium has been successfully used as part of a natural treatment regimen for the involuntary movements (tics) of Tourette’s Syndrome. This natural cure is required by every organ in the body, especially the heart, but most people in the U.S. are magnesium deficient. Too little magnesium has been linked to increasing the risks for obesity, heart disease and diabetes. Magnesium is a natural remedy for asthma, depression, migraines and helps with heart problems; it also helps to detoxify the body. The amount of magnesium the body absorbs is determined by the B6 level in the body, so a B complex vitamin may be needed. Natural magnesium is found in foods that are high in fiber. If taking medications, check with a physician as magnesium is a powerful supplement and has adverse interactions with many common medications.
Homeopathic health practitioners find the unique remedy for their patient’s ailment that will activate the body’s natural healing mechanisms. This alternative treatment for tics has reported successes with curing tics. Some homeopathic practitioners said that the tics disappeared quickly, while others found it to be a chronic condition.
Find the Trigger
There are reports of people curing their tics naturally by identifying a trigger. Gluten-free diets helped cure tics completely in some cases. Too much sugar and Candida albicans have proven to be connected to tics in some families. Research linking a healthy digestive tract to a well-functioning central nervous system may explain the food/tic connection.
Finding an effective home cure for tics can be frustrating, but others have successfully eliminated tics. Treating a magnesium deficiency and discovering anything that might be triggering the tic may be the solution. Homeopathic medicine can also prove successful.
Good day everyone! My name is Sai from Baguio City, Philippines. I am in search for a cure to my son's nervous tics. I found out that Transdermal Magnesium Therapy might be of great help. In this regard, I would like to ask if laboratory grade magnesium chloride can be used to make magnesium oil? This is the only form of magnesium chloride readily available to us. By the way, a colleague is asking if sodium thiosulfate (also in laboratory grade form) can be used for household medications? Thank you so much and God bless everyone.
Replied by Dave
Fountain Inn, Sc