Rani Mukherjee, suffering from Tourette syndrome in Hichki
Rani Mukherjee's film Hitchi has been released today. In this movie, she is playing a teacher who suffers from a disease called Tourette syndrome. In this disease, the nerves of the body do not work properly, due to which the sufferer begins to behave oddly. Such as sudden withdrawal of sounds, hiccups, repeat of the words, frequent sniffing, blinking of the eyelids and moving lips. Because of this, the victim has to face a lot of challenges in the daily life, Rani Mukherjee seems to be doing the same in the film Hichki. Here's what Taurat's syndrome is and whether it is treatable or not.
What is taurate syndrome
Tourette syndrome is a disease associated with nerves, in which muscles have Tics from time to time. Tix means sudden contraction or contraction. For this reason, sudden muscle contraction occurs and the words and words of the sufferer are changed.
Reasons for Tourette Syndrome
This syndrome is caused by the deterioration of the balance of neuro transmitters present in the brain. Because this part of the brain keeps the cells active. But even today its exact reason is unclear. Many times it is genetic. If someone is suffering from Tourette syndrome, then that person also has obesity, compulsive disorder (OCD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and the inability to learn things.
Symptoms of Torture Syndrome
In Tourette syndrome, ticks are seen both in physical and oral suffering. Its main symptoms include: grinding teeth making faces Shoulder to shoulder Swinging eyes nod head to whistle Throat cleansing Coughing Take hiccups Shout Recapture one voice Tongue shake Leech Say anything Abusing (very little chance)
Tourette syndrome makes worse ...
The person suffering from this syndrome hesitates to present himself to the society, but whenever he takes the courage to advance himself, sometimes some people make fun of them, then encourage some. Many people suffering from this syndrome are considered to be defeated and because of this they become victims of stress, anxiety and fatigue, which makes Tortat syndrome worse.
Treatment of Tourette Syndrome
There is no cure for this disease, but it is done in many ways in the control. In this, sufferers are treated with many therapies, in which they work on all the symptoms as well as managing the ticks. Many times doctors also provide medicines for treatments such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, for the treatment of Tortat syndrome.