Tardive Dyskinesia - Research Proves That There Is Hope
Tardive Dyskinesia also known as Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome (NMS) is an irreversible neurological disorder where people have repetitive muscle movements. These movements are involuntary and can be very disturbing in nature.
TardiveDyskinesia.net provides anyone with all the information they need, including the symptoms of involuntary and repetitive movements of the body, grimacing, tongue twisting, protrusion, lip smacking, puckering, smacking, pursing and blinking, raising of eyebrows, rapid movement of arms and legs, movement of fingers as if playing a guitar or piano. These movements can be from very small in to even severe and disabling types.
The online website http://tardivedyskinesia.net offers a free Tardive Dyskinesia patient package. They also provide completely updated information and help for patients, friends and relatives suffering from Tardive Dyskinesia with financial assistance.
These patients require an individualized treatment which requires a timely intervention from the point when the first symptoms are seen. At TardiveDyskinesia.net people can make use of the free patient information packet which includes a range of things like treatment options, doctors, dangerous products and financial information.
Caused by long term use of dopamine antagonists the antipsychotics and among them mostly the typical antipsychotics which are generally prescribed for psychiatric disorders. Damage to systems which use and process dopamine neurotransmitter by drugs like Reglan etc. Reglan recall is the first and foremost step taken against this disease. Many patients can obtain monetary compensation from the manufacturers. They can use the form provided for more information. Post synaptic dopaminergic receptors actually become supersensitive to all kinds of stimulations, the basic cause of Tardive Dyskinesia.
Many doctors try to prevent Tardive Dyskinesia by using a minimum dose of neuroleptics for a short period of time. However this is not possible in all cases of mental illnesses, so a balance is essential in this regard. Tardive Dyskinesia treatment options are very limited. According to Paul Danziger of http://tardivedyskinesia.net “preliminary research suggests atypical neuroleptic clozapine (Clozaril) may give some improvement in the patient. High intensity benzodiazepines have also been reported to be effective in some cases”.
They also offer a patient number to go along with an online contact form that they can be contacted at. Call 1-800-923-6376 for even more options and information.
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