This video, like others, contains a number that represents the days I have dedicated to sharing my perceptions with many people. If this had been during my youth, I would probably feel anxious, worried about the challenge of formulating coherent words, selecting relevant images, and editing these brief videos daily. However, now I live with intensity and passion, attentive to both the small and significant everyday events, and each day I find reasons to remember and spontaneously express my perceptions. Since I open my eyes after a restorative rest, thoughts assail me. Recently, I listened to 'Someone You Loved' by Lewis Capaldi, movingly performed by his audience at a concert in Somerset, England. Capaldi, a renowned Scottish singer, 26 years old, affected by Tourette's syndrome, a condition that usually manifests more in males between six and nine years of age and can include disorders such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, and obsessive-compulsive disorders, was unable to sing, creating a moment of profound collective empathy. Let's see what happened in a brief segment next. Capaldi's case highlights the importance of early detection and preventive intervention in childhood. The early identification of symptoms can be confused with the typical restlessness of childhood, but it is crucial to prevent the full and more severe development of these conditions. Genetic studies have identified certain variants in genes such as SLITRK1 and HDC that may be implicated in Tourette's syndrome, while ADHD has been linked to variations in genes like DRD4 and DAT1. Understanding these genetic factors could allow more effective and personalized interventions. In conclusion, this video is not only a testament to my personal journey but also a reminder of the importance of closely observing our surroundings and recognizing the abundance of kindness, even though it sometimes seems distant or invisible. Look around you now and appreciate those things that usually go unnoticed. You can still avoid the guesswork in your life. Request a saliva analysis at www.intrura.com.