Dystonia Disease
I have suffered with focal eyelid dystonia, which affects the eyelids and includes excessive
blinking. It took two years until I found a doctor who diagnosed it properly and suggested I
see a neurologist. The neurologist told me the treatment of choice was Botox (Botulinum
toxin) injections into the eyelids. I had it done twice and stopped. It had affected my eyes
and the side of my face and thereby changed my smile.

Later I found a natural health food that supported my body nutritionally and, within six
weeks, helped reduce my symptoms. It  is now sixteen years later and I am still near
symptom-free.

It has been my desire to help others who are experiencing the effects of dystonia.  I even
had a study conducted at Johns Hopkins Medical Center that showed that the food was
safe and it did help some sufferers.
If you suffer from dystonia, or know someone
who does, give me a call. My phone number
is (410) 486-2525 or (410) 790-9606
cell
phone.  
Call between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM
EST, seven days a week or fill out my
free no
obligation consultation form.
Remember - I Care,

Steve Zarren, President
Feel Better LLC



Spasmodic Dysphonia – affects vocal cords

Ormandibular Dystonia – affects lower face

Writer’s Cramp – affects fingers, hands and forearms

Cervical Dystonia or Spasmodic Torticollis – affects neck

General Dystonia or Early Onset Childhood Dystonia – affects the
limbs, especially feet and arms
Dystonia disease is a neurological condition that affects various muscles in the body
causing an undesirable muscular contraction or twisting. It is of unknown origin, although
the condition comes from a part of the brain called the Basal Ganglia.

Many sufferers have continuous pain, cramps and relentless muscle spasms due to
involuntary muscle movements.

There are several types of Dystonia:
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Focal Dystonia - affects one muscle or one group of muscles such
as the eyelids
(blepharospasm)
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Dystonia Disease
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