Brief Analysis For Typical Medication-induced Neuromuscular Disorders

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Brief Analysis For Typical Medication-induced Neuromuscular Disorders

Post by ntuc on Sun Aug 10, 2008 10:20 am

Brief Analysis For Typical Medication-induced Neuromuscular Disorders


In fact most of the neurology-related disorders nowadays are closely connected to the side effects of modern medications especially the Atypical Antipsychotics that carry the side effects of Extrapyramidal Symptoms (EPS), Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) etc that would potentially and eventually disturb the normal functioning of the dopamine receptors (one of the main neurotransmitters / key elements of neurons (nerve cells) in our nervous system essential for the control of human body motions) such as blocking them etc (in carrying out their medical mechanisms to cure certain other sicknesses and unfortunately is also one of the unavoidable side effects of such medications). Next, such a situation would then lead to bodily chemical imbalances and then potential interruptions to the "message sending, conveying and relaying" neuron operations between the human brain and any parts of the human body that would in turn trigger off a variety of largely uncontrollable involuntary and purposeless movement disorders on any parts of our body that are substantially beyond control of the ones suffering from them.


Next, no matter how sophisticated the modern drugs are being invented and developed, especially the second-generation antipsychotics, such a potential side effect remains inherent in such medications that carry the side effects of antagonizing the dopamine receptors. Even though the possibility of manifestation of such neuromuscular symptoms may be very small or even negligible as proven by the established scientific research, other experimental and clinical verifications, it would still depend on such other factors as the different physical conditions of the users of such drugs, other unexpected possible allergy cases etc.


All in all, it would be the amount of medical attention and professional care of the medical personnel dealing with the specific cases of their patients and dispensing the drugs with such dopamine-disturbing side effects that would be primarily essential to ensure the non-occurrence of such disorders or minimize the risk of getting such disastrous and undesired neuromuscular side effects.


For further Information, please refer to the weblinks as follows :


Extrapyramidal Symptoms :

http://www.hubin.org/publicfamilyinfo/treatment/side_effects/side_effects_6_en.html


Tardive Dyskinesia :

http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz/Atoz/common/standard/transform.jsp?requestURI=/healthatoz/Atoz/ency/tardive_dyskinesia.jsp


My Healing Experience From Such Tardive Dyskinesia-induced Abnormally Rapid Non-stop Purposeless Involuntary Uncontrollable Eyelid Twitching Sickness Through Acupuncture Therapy (Diagram of 'He Gu' Acupuncture Point & Other Details and References Included) :

http://www.tcmdiscovery.com/bbs/forum_posts.asp?TID=4393

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Suggested Acupuncture Cure For Chronic Medication-induced Non-stop Eyelid-twitching

Post by ntuc on Sun Aug 10, 2008 10:25 am

Suggested Acupuncture Cure For Chronic Medication-induced Non-stop Eyelid-twitching



In regard of the medical reasonings mentioned above, in the case of prolonged chronic neuromuscular eyelid twitchings, since it is the dopamine-disturbing substances / other 'contaminating agents' that disturb the eyes nerves and cause all the unwanted twitchings, spasms, tics etc, getting rid of them from the eyes nerves /related nerves around the particular organ having the twitchings would then naturally, reasonably, logically and obviously be the most clear-cut, direct and straightforward way of curing such a neurological / neuromuscular sickness.


In this regard, I have suffered from a Tardive Dykinesia-induced non-stop eyelid twitching for about a year quite a few years back and I have sought a great variety of cures, including Botox injections from various medical personnel & specialists and actually I manage to get it finally and fully cured once and for all through an alternative instrument aided self-adminstered acupuncture cure applied onto the 'He Gu' acupuncture point (that serves to strengthen one's eyes / other facial nerves and the toxin-purging purpose as mentioned above) located on my wrist as instructed to me by an acupuncturist who deal with my chronic neuromuscular medication-induced non-stop eyelid twitching.


Next, there have been numerous empirically successful cases associated with this self-administered acupuncture cure that I have both observed in my real life and received as positive feedbacks from my email inbox from the ones exercising this therapy to deal with their excessive eyelid-twitching problem. As such, I hope that the information given will be useful to the intended readers. Thank you.


The Suggested Alternative Instrument-aided Self-administered Acupuncture Cure :


Well, regarding the 'He Gu' acupuncture point (please refer to the diagram & related medical references added below) I have mentioned above for the suggested cure for non-stop eyelid-twitching, its exact location is at the back of the palm of one's right hand, which is 1.5 cm (applicable to the average grown adults only) measured vertically from the point of intersection (that would appear visibly when the fingers are closed loosely together) between the thumb and the forefinger. (Kindly take note that this point is located at a much 'fleshy' instead of a much 'boney' area - perhaps you would need to briefly explore that part of your right hand at the same time to locate that point, and I hope you will understand that the hand structures of each person differ from one another).


When the acupuncture point is identified and marked accordingly, you can then re-open your hand , and then what you all can do is to sit down, and at the same time press that onto the surface of that acupuncture point (using just mild force) with any long blunt-pointed object such as toothpick, a normal writing pen (which is out of ink of course) etc against your chin (suggested for convenience purpose) for a continuous 2 hours (during any time in a day), and it's preferably to do that when you are about to go to sleep at night (so that you have more free time to do it). However , if you are eager to find out the very exact location of that particular acupuncture point to further verify the information given above, I would suggest you to seek consultancy from a licensed acupuncturist.


In this regard, based on the acupuncturist, the blunt-pointed objects such as normal writing pen (which is out-of-ink of course) etc instructed to me for such self-administred therapy is actually intended as a substitute for the acupuncture needle to deal effectively with the particular acupuncture point.


Unlike the other traditional method of acupressure which involves the use of fingers to press and massage the acupuncture points, the use of blunt-pointed object in such a case for the treatment of chronic eyelid-twtiching is actually meant as a 'leverage' to provide an adequately focused and hence a 'reflexology stimulus' that is strong enough to deal more precisely and effectively with that acupuncture point.


Whereas, if that acupuncture point is to be treated with fingers, the stimulus effect generated would be very much smaller due to the fact that such pressings and massagings would reasonably not last long enough to provide any reliefs for the chronic eyelid-twitching. Besides, given the larger suface area of the fingers as well as their rounded physical shape (compared to the blunt-pointed objects), a large part of the forces produced from such pressings and massagings would then be reasonably applied onto the related muscles rather than directly onto the intended nerves through the related acupuncture point to deal effectively with such sickness.


Please be reminded that a good sleep at night throughout the therapy period is essential for the healing to be effectively done. And a person shouldn't associate oneself again with the underlying causes such as over-straining of the eyes, excessive cafeine intake, allergy/overdosage of certain medication (with muscle spasms side effects) that causes this non-stop eyelid-twitching to the particular person in the first place to avoid a relapse of that sickness, especially after getting cured from it.


Please take note that one should continually apply that method in the case where it proves to be effective in dealing with the eyelid twitching problem (after trying it for about 3 days' time).


For your reference, I get my eyelid twitching stopped the next day after the acupuncture treatment. But when I stop the treatment for the next few days, the twitchings just come back again. Based on the acupuncturist, the explanation for the relapse is such that if one were to apply just one-off / short-term treatment, it would then only serve to disperse the dopamine-disturbing toxin / other 'contaminating agents' around one's eye nerves enabling the twitching to stop just temporarily (without totally purging such toxins / 'contaminating agents' out of the human body). So, it works just like doing a physiotherapy whereby one should complete the whole course of treatment (in this case, applying that self-administered technique persistently for weeks / a few months) to get the eyelid-twitching sickness totally cured effectively once and for all in the end.


Next, the suggested duration of two-hour period/day (continuous non-stop healing process) for that self-administered treatment is just what I have recommended so far to other persons having the similar symptoms based on my very own healing experience from this eyelid-twitching sickness and the others who suffer from it (who eventually get it totally cured). All in all, it would acutally depend on one's healing progress for the eyelid twitching sickness upon applying that suggested self-administered acupuncture method.



Related References :


Diagram of The 'He Gu' Acupuncture Point :




Medical References For The 'He Gu' Acupuncture Point :

http://www.acuxo.com/meridianPictures.asp?point=LI4&meridian=Large%20Intestine

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Thank you

Post by ntuc on Mon Aug 11, 2008 4:39 am

Thank you


First of all, thank you for being kind enough for allowing me to post articles in this website. By making these posts in this website, I only intend to share with the intended readers (especially the ones taking depression-related medications) some general medical knowledge & details of the modern medical science as well as my healing experience from certain chronic sickness.


Next, I hope that the information given will be useful to the intended readers. Thank you very much.

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