What it’s like to have Tourette’s — and how music gives me back control | Esha Alwani
Esha Alwani began writing songs when she was six years old, shortly after being diagnosed with Tourette syndrome. And she noticed something amazing: whenever she played music, her involuntary tics suddenly went away. Listen along as Alwani explores the power of music and delights the audience with an ethereal performance of her piano ballad "I’m Not Loving You (My Mask)."
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