Use of arsenic and other chemicals in dressing the fur resulted in damage to the central nervous system, which often displayed itself in the form of tics and involuntary muscle
Abhishek Prasad, an IT worker turned musician in the southern city of Bengaluru, suffered from a disorder called musician's dystonia, which causes involuntary muscle
She also heard of Dystonia, an involuntary muscle
disease affecting only the people from Capiz and Aklan, and she also plans to embark on an activity to create awareness about the disease.
Twitches and involuntary muscle
contraction in upper arm
Furthermore, botulinum toxin injections are used to treat involuntary muscle
spasms and facial asymmetry.
If your electrolytes are out of balance, the normal electrical messages can become mixed up, which can lead to involuntary muscle
contractions and sometimes to a loss of consciousness.
A Nighttime leg cramps are involuntary muscle
contractions in the calf, feet, and thigh muscles that tend to occur more often with age.
The system, which received CE Mark approval late in 2015, will support the treatment of patients with the three most common movement disorders in the world: Parkinson's disease, tremor and dystonia, a disorder which causes involuntary muscle
Sometimes, sudden leg movements, stretching your toes on very tight bed covers or shoes can cause involuntary muscle
contractions whether in the legs or toes.
LimbBar[R] is an all-natural treatment for alleviating pain, discomfort and involuntary muscle
spasms associated with nocturnal leg cramps.
It will hopefully reduce the involuntary muscle
spasms and pain Emma has endured.
| movement, disorientation, elevated heart rate and laboured breathing are common immediate effects.