If you or someone you love suffers from a dystonia disorder, it is important to be aware of
its cause, if it is determinable. It is also important to know the symptoms and treatment
options. However, as a sufferer of focal eyelid dystonia, one of the dystonias evidenced
by uncontrolled and involuntary blinking, I would like to share my experience with a natural
whole food that supported my body nutritionally and helped to alleviate my symptoms.
When my symptoms began. I had no idea what was happening to me, especially since I
had always been very healthy and never a patient in a hospital. But here I was with
uncontrolled and involuntary blinking. It took two years for me to be properly diagnosed
with focal eyelid dystonia. I went to a neurologist for two treatments of Botox, six weeks
apart. It was painful and my eyes looked artificial so I stopped treatments. Later I found a
natural whole food that was able to provide nutritional support for my body. Six weeks
after consuming this food, I was near symptom-free and I am still enjoying an improved
quality of life with few spasms.
I can be your personal wellness coach and hopefully help you have a healthier future.
The food has been proven safe and effective from a study at Johns Hopkins that I
prompted years ago.
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Eastern Standard Time, seven days a week. Or fill out my free no
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Steve Zarren, President
Feel Better LLC
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Information for a Healthier Future
A dystonia disorder is neurological and affects movement. With this disorder, muscles
contract causing twisting and/or repetitive, involuntary and excessive movements. A
dystonia disorder may be hereditary or be caused by other factors such as birth-related,
physical trauma, infection, poisoning, or reaction to pharmaceutical drugs, especially
neuroleptics. Treatment is difficult and has been limited to minimizing the symptoms,
since there is no cure.
As for symptoms of a dystonia disorder, they are varied. Many sufferers have continual
pain, cramping and relentless muscle spasms due to involuntary muscle movements.
These spasms can affect different parts of the body including the eyelids, lips, vocal
cords, the lower face the neck.