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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 little bit about your research project and what helped inform it?

12:46 – What types of dystonia did participants in your study have?

13:27 – Is there any relationship between the type of dystonia an individual has and the non-motor symptoms they might experience?

14:27 – What difference do you think your research will make to people with dystonia?

15:25 – How effective do you feel Mindfulness is?

16:24 – Do you think Mindfulness is here to stay or is it just a current trend?

20:03 – I feel alone and isolated because my dystonia makes it hard to leave the house. Is this normal?

22.11 – I have Cervical Dystonia and I swim twice a week. I feel better in spirit and health after swimming, but my neck feels worse the next day. I have taken 2 weeks off from swimming but the neck is worse. Should I just press on and swim for the sake of my sanity?

24:06 – How necessary is an understanding of dystonia when offering support with non-motor symptoms? (ie for physio, CBT, pain management etc.)

25:11 – Since developing dystonia I noticed that I have also started to feel anxious and depressed and I find it hard to talk to my family about it. Do other people with dystonia feel like this?

28:13 – What are the next steps with your research project?
I hope this has been helpful 🙂

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