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Intermittent Fasting has a New Name….Intermittent Feeding by Scott K. Patient Expert For a long time I’ve used the initials “IF” to stand for “Intermittent Fasting”, but from now on I’m going a different route. “IF” will now be know as “Intermittent Feeding” instead! From this point...
Spider and Tics (Yes, I Mean Tics not Ticks) by Lisa .. Patient Expert as if I am autistic. So now I am afraid of spiders and I have developed an unusual tic. Great. Last night I walked...
Tic talk, Tic talk: time is wasting by Laura Patient Expert -- including anorexia -- he also describes a behavioral technique for tics in Tourette's, a disorder...
Thanks for the post. I learned a lot about how my body uses and stores glycogen that I never realized.
Hi Harold! This sounds like a very frustrating problem but one that is not that uncommon. In order to prescribe medicine that helps your heartbeat, the doctor must first determine why it is beating fast, and what type of fa
thank you. I'll see the doc tomorrow. Sorry but not enough info for me to hazard a guess except to mention carcinoid syndrome.  That's assuming that you haven't changed your lifestyle recently, eg alcohol, etc.  Go see your f
Thank you very much for responding.It is amazing how little people and Doctors are educated  about this syndrome,I have been a Registered Nurse for 22 yrs and only known 1 person with this many yrs ago and I do not have a wa
Impulsivity: Is it ADD or IED, Intermittent Explosive Disorder by Chuck Medical Doctor Intermittent Explosive Disorder [IED] can look like AD/HD - but it's more than that: Take a look at this material from the National Institute of Health that also differentiates IED from Bipolar: Intermittent...
The IF Life: Intermittent fasting by Dr. William D. Medical Doctor There's a wonderful blog called The IF Life: Intermittent Fasting and Instant Freedom... has a great take on brief, intermittent fasting that I found helpful and I believe...

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Introduction ... as had a motor tic or a vocal tic - but not both - regularly or intermittently for more than one year, and during this time they ... » Read on
Symptoms Motor tics can be simple or complex. Simple motor tics involve only on ... » Read on