Dyskinesia
Dyskinesia is a movement disorder which consists of effects including diminished
voluntary movements and the presence of involuntary movements, similar to tics or
choreia. It can be anything from a slight tremor of the hands to uncontrollable movement
of, most commonly, the upper body but can also be seen in the lower extremities.
Discoordination can also occur internally especially with the respiratory muscles as it often
goes unrecognized. Dyskinesia is a symptom of several medical disorders and is
distinguished by the underlying cause.

Tardive dyskinesia occurs after treatment with an antipsychotic drug such as haloperidol
(haldol) or amoxaphine (asendin). The symptoms include tremors and writhing movements
of the body and limbs. But is also seen in the face and mouth in the form of “tongue
rolling.” It may also involve involuntary lip smacking, repetitive pouting of the lips and
tongue protrusions.

The word dyskinesia is derived from two Greek roots: Dys – trouble + Kinesis, movement
= trouble moving.

I have suffered from a focal eyelid dystonia called blepharospasm. It is a neurological
movement disorder that is part of the family of dystonias. Sixteen years ago I began
consuming a natural, organic health food that supported my body nutritionally. Now I am
still near symptom-free and would like to help anyone with a movement disorder.  Who
knows, maybe this food could help you too.  If you wish to try this food, I can be your
personal wellness coach and hopefully help you have a healthier future.
Remember – I Care,

Steve Zarren, President
Feel Better LLC
If you are interested to try it or have questions, please call me at
410-486-2525 or
email me.
The statements or information on this website have not been evaluated by
the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Dystonia Disease
Information for a Healthier Future
To read
testimonials,
click here.