Torticollis Treatment
Spasmodic torticollis is a chronic neurological movement disorder causing the neck to
involuntarily turn to the left, right, upwards and downwards. The condition is also referred
to as “Cervical Dystonia”. Neck muscles contract simultaneously during dystonic
movement. Causes of the disorder are predominantly unknown. A small number of
patients develop the disorder as a result of another disorder. Most patients first
experience symptoms midlife. The most common treatment is Botox type A (botulinum

I have another dystonia called blepharospasm which is evidenced by uncontrolled and
involuntary movements of the eyelids. In my case, I had excessive blinking and eyelid
twitching. In the most severe cases, the patient cannot open the eyes and is therefore
considered legally blind.

I experienced the botulinum injections twice and then decided it was not for me. Later I
discovered a natural whole food that supported my body nutritionally and within six weeks
helped in the alleviation of my symptoms. It seemed to me if a neurological disorder can
be helped by nutrition, than perhaps, its cause is a lack of nutrition. Whether that was true
or not, I no longer cared because I was near symptom-free and no longer blinking
excessively.  It then occurred to me, if I found relief, perhaps I could help other sufferers
also find relief.

Now, 16 years later, I am still near symptom-free and am utilizing the Internet to reach out
to those sufferers who would like a safe alternative. I had a study at Johns Hopkins
Medical Center in Baltimore, MD. and it proved my claims of safety and efficacy.
Remember – I Care,

Steve Zarren, President
Feel Better LLC
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