Movement disorder

What is Movement disorder?

Movement disorders are a group of nervous system (neurological) conditions that cause you to have abnormal voluntary or involuntary movements, or slow, reduced movements.

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i am suffering from parikinsons disease(immobility stiffness and sudden freezing)and taking the following medicines syndopa plus every 2hrs...

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I will like to know the duration of effect of the syndopa, the on- off time, any memory problem and problem in sleep...

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Hi, I am a 42 year old male. For about 3/4 years I have started to involuntarily call out by wifes name when my mind wanders to a topic it would...

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Regarding the uttering of your wife name during the time of stress is an unusal medical symptom. Though most...

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