2. Uncontrolled movements
occur when you have Wilson’s disease. You may jerk and twitch involuntary, but it’s not constant. When this happens, you may not pay too much attention to it since it may not happen often. The only way you may notice it is if you’re in the middle of doing something and you have to stop because it’s affecting your work performance. You will also notice it if you keep track of how often you have these uncontrolled movements.
Uncontrolled movements can be dangerous when driving or standing on top of something high. You could hurt yourself or someone else. You should always be aware of when these involuntary movements occur because it can save your life. As soon as you start to notice these reoccurring movements, you need to go into the doctor to have some blood work done. The doctor will diagnose you with having Wilson’s disease and tell you if you need to take dietary supplements in addition to prescription medication.