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Can you tell me his age?
Does he take any medication regularly?
sure, send the video please
sorry dear, you should send the video here
but i am back
Dear customer, it is a pleasure to attend you, valuing your intervention I want to tell you that the first two video clips shows clearly what you want to say to me and indeed they are minor tics that sometimes in certain stages of life can be triggered with a self-limited condition that revert by themselves without any treatment or medication, the recommendation in this case is to study the possibility of increasing the time spent in open spaces, the realization of leisure activities, decrease the time of exposure to LED light from mobile devices such as telephones, cell phones or televisions, since it has been proven that the LED light emitted by these devices considerably alters the nervous layer of the eyeball that transmits the visual nerve impulse, producing alterations in behavior and also in the circadian rhythm of the sleep-wake cycle, which can trigger modifications in wakefulness during the day and sleep at night, if with these recommendations after four to six weeks there is no improvement and there is a worsening of symptoms your doctor can perform a complete medical history with a thorough physical examination in addition to specific studies such as a brain MRI or a polysomnography with an electroencephalogram to help us determine what is happening, even though everything we say will be purely hypothetical and is not associated with any particular pathology, in these cases the recommendation is to maintain what in medicine we call expectant management, simply wait to see if there is any other type of alteration.
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