100 episodes

Authentic conversations about Tourette Syndrome, produced by an insider who isn't interested in the ol' one-dimensional take on what it's like to have TS. On each episode, host Ben Brown talks with a fellow Touretter about his or her history, tics, social interactions and daily management of Tourette's -- whether by masking it, owning it, medicating it, or something altogether different. It's engaging, funny, heavy, real. Get ready to meet people who blow away the standard portrayal.

Tourette's Podcast Geeks Rising

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

Authentic conversations about Tourette Syndrome, produced by an insider who isn't interested in the ol' one-dimensional take on what it's like to have TS. On each episode, host Ben Brown talks with a fellow Touretter about his or her history, tics, social interactions and daily management of Tourette's -- whether by masking it, owning it, medicating it, or something altogether different. It's engaging, funny, heavy, real. Get ready to meet people who blow away the standard portrayal.

    S7 Episode 16 - A Much Needed Nexus

    S7 Episode 16 - A Much Needed Nexus

    The Season 7 finale episode. Our guest is Tourette scientist Dr. Flint Espil, who talks with us about the latest Tourette treatments and questions before saying something we weren't expecting. In a great way.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    S7 - Episode 15 - What If (with Harper Starling)

    S7 - Episode 15 - What If (with Harper Starling)

    Taking risks is ... risky. Might fail, right? You don't just suddenly decide to move from, say, the midwest to Los Angeles to try and turn your talents into a rewarding career. And, lord have mercy, having something like Tourette Syndrome and comorbids like anxiety doesn't help, does it? For pop singer Harper Starling, it did. This is, in fact, her story.

    • 57 min
    Reviewing S7 Episode 14 - Women and Tourette

    Reviewing S7 Episode 14 - Women and Tourette

    Keeping last week's episode - our analysis with tourette scientist Dr. Christine Conelea on some of the recent talk about young women and their symptoms -- in focus, this week is a referral to a response video from Tics n Tatts on YouTube. Kass, who runs the channel, adds great points. Tons left to explore with this question: has the Tourette science and treatment world gotten it wrong when it comes to Tourette and other neurological observations in women?

    • 3 min
    S7 - Episode 14 - Science Episode: Revisiting the TikTok Thing, Sex Differences

    S7 - Episode 14 - Science Episode: Revisiting the TikTok Thing, Sex Differences

    Recall our episode a while back with the authors of scientific report examining why doctors were seeing reported swells of young women over the course of the pandemic with Tourette-looking symptoms, and how social media like TikTok might be a player. We're revisiting that on this episode, but from a different angle. What else might be going on? Are we getting it wrong when it comes to what Tourette looks like in females?

    • 1 hr 3 min
    S7 - Episode 13 - X-Rays

    S7 - Episode 13 - X-Rays

    Saddiq is a radiography student and fitness Instagrammer/TikTok-er whose energy-spending workouts serve a role for his Tourette, discussed here in addition to late diagnosis, coprolalia, creativity and the stress of travel.

    • 52 min
    S7 - Episode 12 - Listener Mail

    S7 - Episode 12 - Listener Mail

    A different kind of episode this week -- all listener questions, including some day-of zingers. Should we make this an occasional thing? An all-listener-questions episode? Contact.

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Sanda M ,

Soothing

This is one of the best Tourette’s Podcasts right now because the interviews are really informative and I feel like I am part of each conversation. Thank you.

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