The girl with Tourette syndrome asked for help because she could not control her own actions, constantly punching in the classroom.
In recent years, emotional and behavioral disorders have seen an increasing number of people suffering from them. Not many people think that this psychosis occurs mainly in people who are substance abusers,

From too much stress and fatigue. In fact, many young children and adolescents suffer from this condition and require the intervention of a doctor.
The common characteristic of children with emotional and behavioral disorders is that it is difficult to control their own emotions and behaviors leading to negative and unusual actions that run counter to the general principles of society.
The child will develop symptoms, instinctive behavior, not anticipating the consequences as well as taking care of the feelings of the surrounding people.
According to the video, this woman is in the classroom, but there are actions that are not in her control, affecting the people around her in the classroom.
Her actions came so irregularly that even the girl didn’t know what she was going to do next.

According to the video, she suddenly hit the person next to her, not only did she hurt herself, then there were spontaneous actions such as shuddering, emitting unintelligible cries.
But the peculiarity is that these actions are not at all under the control of the girl, not only that, she does not control herself to avoid stopping doing those actions.
Meanwhile, the people sitting next to them were too used to this act, so they didn’t mind, but they showed sympathy for the girl.
Tourette’s syndrome is a neurological disorder characterized by repeated movements, also known as “muscle twitching.”
This movement disorder is common in children between the ages of 6 and 15. This is a common movement disorder that affects men more than women.

The first symptom of dyskinesia is usually a myoclonic condition, such as a headache, winking, or persistent facial squint. Symptoms can then progress and jerky movements become more complex.
These movements can be vocal cord twitches that cause unwanted sounds such as murmur, chirping, screaming, or yelling.

In addition, Tourette’s syndrome also manifests itself in obscene speech or erotic movements, punches, kicks or sudden shortness of breath.
The movements of Tourette’s syndrome occur quickly, often, repeatedly.

Others also commented :
“I love that she’s happy and her classmates are laughing along with her and not at her ❤️ kids can be so mean and I’m just so happy that’s not the case here, you can tell that she’s comfortable with her self and the environment and it’s a breath of fresh air to see!”
“My 16 years old was recently diagnosed with an involuntary movement disorder and she shared some of the same tics you’re experiencing in this video. We are new to this and we have a lot to learn, but it’s heartbreaking to watch her try and find her way through this. “

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