Facial tics are uncontrollable spasms in the face, such as rapid eye blinking or nose scrunching. They may also be called mimic spasms. Although facial tics are usually involuntary, they may be suppressed temporarily. A number of different disorders can cause facial tics.
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Eye-blinking, throat-clearing, facial grimacing and sniffing — tics are brief and sudden unwanted, repetitive, stereotyped movements or sounds. Though alarming to many parents, about 20 percent of school age children develop tics at some point, though less than 3 percent of them display those tics for more than a year. Tics typically become apparent at age years and peak around years.