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The Tourettes Action Blog

The Tourettes Action blog gives people with Tourette Syndrome (TS) a space to talk about how the condition affects them. We hope that by explaining what life is really like to have or to live with someone who has TS, we can fight the stigma about the condition.

If you would like to write about your experiences of TS, we would love to hear from you. Please email us to find out more and discuss what you might like to write about.


  • Camera Therapy

    14 year old Josh Myers talks about his passion for photography and the calming effect it has on his TS.

    Posted Tue 28th Mar 2017 at 13:41
    by Josh Myers

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  • All In Your Head

    Adrian Reynolds talks about the hidden depths of mental health issues that arise with TS.

    Posted Tue 28th Mar 2017 at 13:29
    by Adrian Reynolds

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  • “Oh that's just Ash. That's just the way he is…. ! “

    Dedicated TA supporter Ashley Curry tells us about his experiences of living with TS and training for the Virgin London Marathon for Tourettes Action.

    Posted Tue 28th Feb 2017 at 13:00
    by Ashley Curry

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  • Inspiring fundraising

    With a couple more months left until the London marathon, the sky's the limit for our incredible fundraisers, #TeamMartin

    Posted Mon 27th Feb 2017 at 13:43
    by TeamMartin

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  • Can the brain tell how sensitive we are?

    Many individuals with TS describe experiencing uncomfortable bodily and cognitive sensations that come before their tics

    Posted Thu 16th Feb 2017 at 08:34
    by Seonaid Anderson

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