3. Internal Tics

In rare cases, people have reported suffering from internal tics. These tics affect the internal organs, such as the lungs. However, there is little evidence to support these claims. The little research that exists on the topic is anecdotal at best, and patients report a wide variety of internal tics, making it difficult to establish a common list of symptoms. In most cases, the tics are involuntary, meaning that they are not performed by will.

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