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Nervous disorder being treated

...re afraid to leave the house in case they suffer a spasm and fall. The condition resembles chronic tetanus. Spasms can be triggered by noise, touch or emotional distress. Doctors have found that the symptoms can be alleviated by giving patients an intravenous supply of a human protein called immunoglobulin...

New treatment for muscle spasms

...re afraid to leave the house in case they suffer a spasm and fall. The condition resembles chronic tetanus. Scientists have developed a highly effective treatment for this disorder of the nervous system which can leave people totally disabled. Doctors have found that the symptoms can be relieved by givin...

Stretching the muscles doesn't make them more resilient

...// of unused muscles going into painful spasm. The spasm theory turned out to be wrong, but the stretching habit stuck. It is one of the “many superstitions about how to prevent injury and improve performance”, comments physiotherapist Rob Herbert of the University of Sydney, Australia. Herbert and his col...

Adult COPD or asthma could be effectively treated with Xopenex

... albuterol in treating the bronchial smooth muscle spasm associated with diseases such as COPD and asthma. The study involved the comparison of the treatment of 231 patients with similar background and disease conditions over two separate six-month periods. The first group had been treated with the previou...

Strong Magnetic Stimulation Can Help Treating Severe Depression

...her side of forehead. This results in an epileptic spasm and it changes the cerebral chemistry in the area of the forehead. The frontal cortex the region underneath the forehead regulates the emotions and steers the psychomotor reflexes of a person. ECT has a bad image. Movies like 'One Flew Over the Cuck...

Statins Gives New Hope for Increased Survival Rate of Heart Failure Patients

...of chest pain can be evaluated electively, such as spasm of the esophagus, gallbladder attack, or inflammation of the chest wall. For more information: http://www.medindia.net/patients/ patientinfo/chestpain_about.htm ...

Leeches Provide Clues Regarding The Prevention Of Heart Disease

...of chest pain can be evaluated electively, such as spasm of the esophagus, gallbladder attack, or inflammation of the chest wall....

Olive oil protects the heart

...of chest pain can be evaluated electively, such as spasm of the esophagus, gallbladder attack, or inflammation of the chest wall. Therefore, an accurate diagnosis is important in providing proper treatment to patients with chest pain. The cause of chest pain can range from an ordinary, harmless muscle pull...

Hiccups May Be An Indication Of Esophageal Cancer

...n the U.S. Hiccups are caused by the involuntary spasm of the diaphragm. It occurs when one eats too quickly or too much. Coughing and laughing, among others, can also cause hiccups. The primary symptom of esophageal cancer is trouble swallowing (dysphasia). Other symptoms include pain swallowing or pa...

Botox for That Pelvic Pain Which won't go Away

Many women suffer from chronic pelvic floor spasm and pain, which may now be relieved by Botox injections, a group of Australian researchers report.// The usual symptoms of this condition are heaviness, frequency or urgency in urination, painful intercourse and pelvic pain. Dr. Jason A. Abbott of t...

Eyelid Spasm can Be Prevented by Coffee Drinking

...ffee are less likely to develop an involuntary eye spasm called primary late onset blepharospasm, which ma...tective effect to be seen. The age of onset of the spasm was also found to be later in patient who drank more coffee 1.7 years for each additional cup per d...

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