Tourette’s syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, rapid, involuntary movements and noise. Symptoms include simple and complex types of tickets, which usually first appear in childhood and gradually improve in early adulthood. About 10% of people affected by this condition may have a progressive or disabling course. T.S. It is considered an inherited disorder and may be associated with other conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disabilities and obsessive compulsive disorder.
T.S. The purpose of Ayurvedic treatment is to control the tricks and prevent neurobehavioral complications. Drugs like Yogeraj-Guggulu, Maha-Rasnadi-Guggulu, Maha-Vat-Vidhvans-Ras, Vat-Gajankush-Ras and Dashmulrishtha are used to control involuntary movements. Herbal medicines that can be used in this condition include Shallaki (Boswellia serrata), Guggulu (Camifora mukul), Rasna (Plusia l nce Nsolata), Tugar (Valeriana vvall Lachichi), Diodar (Cedrus chrysanthemum), Erandmulus (Rimic) Zylanka), Vishwa (Zinzibar offic Fisinalis), Shalperni (Desmodium gangetic umum), Prisnaparni (Uraria picto), Agnimanth (Mucronata of love) and Shyonak (Oroxylium indicator).
Other drugs such as Ekang-Veer-Ras, Tapyadi-Loh, Kaishore-Guggulu, Triodashang-Guggulu, Vish-Tinduk-Vati and Bruhat-Vat-Chintamani can be given to those who do not respond to the above treatment Herbal remedies like Sarpagandha (Ralofia serpentina), Jatamansi (Nordostachis jatamansi), Khurasani Ova (Hyosciamus niger) and Jaifal (Marista fragrans) also help in relieving the tricks. Divine oils like Mahanarayana oil, Mahamash oil, Chandan-Bala-Lakshmi oil, Vishwarabha oil and Maha-Saindhavadi oil are used locally. This is followed by local steam stimulation of the affected parts using drugs like Nirgundi-kada and Dashmul-kada.
T.S. Since it is often associated with other neurobehavioral problems, additional medications are needed to treat these conditions. These medicines include Brahmi-vati, Sarasvatarishtha, Brahmi (Bakopa monniari), Shankhapuspi (Convolvulus pleuric ulis), Vacha (Acorus kus lemus), Mandukparni (Centella asiatica), Mica-bhasma, Trivang-bhasma.
Most people affected by TS can lead a normal life with the right medications. The treatment needs to be tailor-made for each person. Psychiatry can also be helpful for a few people affected by TS.