What Are Facial Tics ?
Facial tics are brief, involuntary, repeated twitching of muscles in the face. They may be frequent or almost continuous.
Some Common Facial Tics Include:
- Blinking the eyes
- Wrinkling the nose
- Sticking out or biting the tongue
- Facial grimaces
How Do They Occur ?
Tics often start between the ages of 7 to 9, but may start as early as age 3. Tics often go away as children grow up. They sometimes develop when the person is tense or anxious.
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