Category Archive: Movement Disorder

Sep 15

The Pain Of Loneliness

Does anyone ever feel lonely? Does anyone ever feel confusion? Does anyone ever have memory loss? Does anyone else feel so raw inside, they feel there will never ever heal again? Does anyone ever feel that they are on their own, and there’s just no one there to help them? I live with my partner, …

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Aug 18

Do you have neck pain? Could it possibly be Lymes Disease? 

Picture credit to Dreamstime.com  There are a great many symptoms shared by both Functional Movement Disorder and Lymes Disease which can easily be overlooked. In this research, it tells of how it can effect the spine along with other areas. Many aspects of Lyme disease are still not fully understood, including how exactly it causes …

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Oct 01

Working Together With The Patient

It is great to read an article, where they talk about “working together with the patient”.  Patients do have a voice, and they do Google their problems. So even if they may have picked up and stayed with the wrong medical diagnosis, it is better to be able to talk it through with the doctor …

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Jun 28

Insufficient Good Bacteria In The Gut A Reason For MS?

http://www.nationalmssociety.org/Research/Research-We-Fund/Stop-MS-In-Its-Tracks I think we may all have heard, that the gut (Human gastrointestinal tract) can definitely have an affect on people in many different ways. This research link below however, says they believe it could be the reason for some people getting Multiple Sclerosis. I have not heard of this before, so it is of great interest. …

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Jun 13

I am sad….😔

I hurt in every fibre of my body, from head to toe. There is no reason for it, other than my disorders. All my muscles are inflamed, most of my joints hurt, elbows, hips, knees, even my ankles. I’m told they think I also have Fibromyalgia, just another problem to add to my long list. …

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Jun 10

Harbinder Sandhu Q & A’s from The Dystonia Society on Vimeo

Dystonia sufferers may find this question and answer session with Dr Harbinder Sandhu,done for The Dystonia Society very interesting. 🙂 http://www.dystonia.org.uk/index.php/26-living-with-dystonia/638-dr-harbinder-sandhu-q-a-video Harbinder Sandhu Q & A’s from The Dystonia Society on Vimeo So that you can find individual questions easily, the timings for each question are included below: 2:00 – Can you tell us a …

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