When it comes to treating dyskinesia there are plenty of options available in terms of medicines and pharmaceuticals. These options can be expensive and may often come with unusual and difficult side effects to contend with. In line with the general trend towards treating conditions and illnesses, there has been a recent shift in the culture of treating people with dyskinesia.
More than ever before, there is a shift of people looking to treat their condition and the symptoms of their condition with natural remedies and things that don’t come as prescribed by their doctor or healthcare professional.
The science behind the effectiveness of these options vary from choice to choice, however, the sheer number of people who swear by them is surely a good enough reason to at least give them a try.
As with any natural remedy, what works for one person might not work for the next person, and so trial and error is recommended in order to find an effective solution.
Stretching is something that is so overlooked in so many cases. The euphoria that stretching can provide is something that many people miss out on, due to the fact that it can often be seen to be a rather boring and tedious element of any health and fitness regime. For people with dyskinesia though, stretching could be an incredibly important and natural method of achieving some kind of relief from the symptoms of the illness.
The best stretches to do tend to be standing stretches that are supported by either a steadily placed chair or against a wall. Starting with the feet flat on the ground, a full leg stretch can be achieved by pressing down firmly on the toes and extending through the calf muscles, all the way up the back of the legs. Whilst a person might resemble a cat during this stretch, the benefits shouldn’t be overlooked as it can be very beneficial.