I am a 40 yrs old male and Ive been experiencing widespread fasciculations, shakings and exercise-intolerance for 5 mths now. After 2 neuro-examinations with EMG Ive been diagnosed with benign fasciculation syndrome.
Im in good health and I noticed a solid increase of strength with lifting weigths and running during the last weeks.
1 week before, Ive done some isometric exercises for the extensor-muscles of the fingers of both hands. All went well
My father in law passed away last year from ALS....He lost his ability to talk first then his muscels started giving out he would stand up and fall down. He lost virtually all the strength in his arms. From what I noticed it goes down hill and it never gets better or comes and goes.....AlS patients just deteriorate at a fast rate. He was diagnosed in 2000 and passed in 2004. He was unable to talk or eat and had a feeding tube pretty much from the get go. AlS is a horrible cruel disease.
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