Movement disorders are caused by faulty control processes in the central nervous system. The movements are not performed as usual, but are faulty. Excessive movements and extra movements also occur. The movements can no longer be controlled at will and lead to a high level of suffering.
Movement disorders cannot be treated solely with homeopathic remedies. Accompanying the therapy by the doctor treating you, homeopathic remedies can be used very well.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for movement disorders that best suits your situation.
Movements are unsteady, exaggerated, erratic, or angular. Patients reach too far or past it when trying to pick up an object. things are dropped. Staggering while standing or difficulty climbing stairs if patients step too high. Tremors and twitchings in face and limbs. Often occurring diagonally. For example, the right leg and left arm are affected by the movement disorders. Improvement in twitching during sleep. Painful tics and spasms where the affected parts become cold and stiff. Spasmodic jerks after anger. Common in school children who are scolded. Cramps after intercourse, especially in young and nervous women. Before the onset of spasms and convulsions, patients have to yawn heartily.
Patients have difficulty walking. The back feels stiff, painful and there is a great feeling of weakness. Trembling of the hands when eating. The higher the hands are raised, the stronger the shaking.
Hand cramps when reaching for an object.
Great restlessness of the legs. Growing pains in the legs in tall and slender children.
During the night, the legs are very restless and have to be moved constantly (restless legs).
Strong restlessness in the legs and feet (restless legs). Accompanying pain occurs.
Movement disorder symptoms
- shaking (tremor)
- restless legs
The most common cause of movement disorders is damage to the central nervous system. These can be traced back to wear and tear, diseases and hereditary predisposition.
What are movement disorders?
A movement disorder in itself is not a disease but a symptom of a disease. These diseases are associated with movement disorders, for example:
- Restless legs
- Tourette syndrome
- Chorea huntington
As a rule, those affected suffer from other symptoms of the underlying disease.