I am a 36 year old white male, in generally good health. Since I was 8 years old I've had a tic disorder that I've apparently managed to keep well hidden. It was very visible when I was a child where I'd be stretching my neck a turning my face upwards, sometime sticking out my tongue etc. It was embarrasing.
Now and over the years I twitch my nose constantly, flex the muscles in my neck area and flex my upper back neck muscles putting alot of pressure on the area. This is really bothering me and I don't know where to go.
I have been diagnosed as hypothryoid and the medication hasn't had an impact for my low energy and back pain, I'm taking citalopram to minimize my irritability and I generally have low energy. My ability to concentrate/focus has always been low and I have relatively poor memory.
FYI, I do have an MBA and run a successful business, so I'm obviously able to function. I truly would like to find answer to the tic problems as I believe that their root may be part of some of my other issues.
Thanks in advance
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