Quick Answers to Simple Dystonia Questions

If you have dystonia, you know the following: The quirky urge. A funny tingle. That little voice in your head.

These are your gut feelings talking.

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But what are they telling you, and should you listen?

If only you could tap into those insights more often, right?

Turns out you can, especially if you learn to identify which signals to focus on — whether they’re sweaty palms, a funny feeling in your stomach, or a sudden and inexplicable certainty that something is up.

What if “Something’s Up” Leads to a Dystonia Diagnosis?

If you’ve listened to your instincts, and dystonia is your diagnosis, then you might find comfort in a simple baseline article that outlines the nitty gritty:

The Answers to the Simple Dystonia Questions

What is it?

What are the symptoms?

What are the causes?

What are the cures?

How do people cope?

Why Should Listen to Your Intuitive Intelligence?

Still searching for a diagnosis? -or- Already have a definitive answer?

No matter the stage of your journey, here’s how to make the most of your own innate wisdom.

Most of us have experienced the sense of knowing things before we know them, even if we can’t explain how.

You hesitate at a green light and miss getting hit by a speeding truck. You decide on a whim to break your no-blind-dates policy and wind up meeting your life partner. You have a hunch that you should invest in a little online startup, and it becomes Google.

“Trust Your Hunches. They’re Usually Based On Facts Filed Away Just Below The Conscious Level” – Dr. Joyce Brothers

While not necessary, two great resources to help self-guide your symptoms analysis are Doctors Say These Are The Symptoms You Should Absolutely NEVER Ignore and Online Symptoms Checker.

Medicine is often presented as an exact science – implementing precise clinical data and purely rational objectives. However, you know your body, and you can depend on your gut feeling.

Intuition. No facts. No clearly defined reason. And completely acceptable.


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