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Posted by: , 11 Jul 2010 11:22PM
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Help for movement dissorders?

Could anyone suggest a helpful therapy for Tardive Diskonesia. Its a movement dissorder aquired from taking an anti sickness drug. Symptoms begin at midday and last until bedtime and are basically internal tremors and external shaking of the head and torso. Apparantly its to do with excess dopamine. A lie down for an hour stops the shaking for maybe twenty minutes - a nights sleep gives maybe three hours respite. Might there be a natural way of calming these dopamine levels? The meds the patient is on - tetra benazine - are just making the patient feel horrendous and are do little to stop the shaking. Any suggestions much appreciated.


Kevin Davies
4 Aug 2010 12:15PM

Hi AcuSen is a holistic treatment, that may help. I am raising awareness for AcuScen - Acupuncture without needles. AcuScen is ideal for helping those who are not able to move from muscular pain, either from an accident, sports injury or chronic long term condition. AcuScen is a gentle treatment, gets them out of pain permanently without surgery, without drugs and without having to do painful exercises. I am based in Bournemouth. I am more than willing to travel. Visit our website at QplusHealth.co.uk or call 01202 640254. Cheers Kevin
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