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Hello, I've been having this head shaking for two years now as far as I know. And it has not been going away, It's strange because it just came out of no where and I don't think I know the cause for it. I have no history of drug abuse or addictions, nor any health problems. I've done some research and I believe that this may be a movement disorder of some type and am sure that it may be Essential Tremor (for head) or cervical dystonia which can result in head shaking either horizontally or vertically. I've had this for a while, and this has greatly limited me and I can only imagine how joyful I would be if I get rid of this. But I'm not sure if this is anxiety either, my head usually starts shaking if I get nervous as well but it also shakes when there is no 'threat'. I spend most of my thinking on trying to avoid shaking and it makes it worse, the area in the back of my neck is so tense. It appears that the shaking starts when I make eye contact with someone and I usually can't maintain eye contact because I start to shake but I try so hard not to. Is there anyone else that has this, I read that some other people have it but there is very little info on what it may be.


If anyone has any idea of what this may be, though I suspect it is Essential Tremor or Cervical Dystonia, is there any way to treat this? I'm going to great depths to try to treat this, I have heard people who have had this for several decades and I have only had it for two years, I need to work now to fix it. I read propanal therapy and Botulinium A injections can help after reading this article but I don't know what I should do yet. I want to help treat this asap as this is 'too heavy' for me to keep on carrying. Here are links for where I did the research:

Propanal Therapy: http://www.neurology.org/cgi/content/abstract/34/8/1077
Treatments for Essential Tremor (Look at Head section): http://www.aan.com/professionals/practice/pdfs/ET_patients.pdf
More info on Essential Tremor: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/461397_4
Spasmodic torticollis (aka Cervical Dystonia): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cervical_dystonia
Essential Tremor: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_tremor
People with similar expierences: http://www.wemove.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php?/topic/19/1265.html
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I read a lot and noticed a lot of people talking about MSG's (monosodium glutamate) and aspartame which is something used to enhance the taste of food and can be toxic in large amounts. MSG's are found in Fast Food chains such As Burger King or McDonalds or any other major junk food chain. MSG is also found in school food. Excitatory neurotransmitters affect your emotions in a way where you can't control it. I mention this because I heard that once a severley autistic child stopped consuming aspartame (nutrisweet) and MSG, the autistic child was able to speak again. I read this article where it talks about Essential Head Tremor and nutrients and chemicals: http://www.earthclinic.com/CURES/essential-tremor_questions.html . I remember when I was a child that I ate a lot of fast food.

Note: I read up on the Wikipedia essential Tremor article and found this: "ET does sometimes occur in combination with other neurological disorders such as dystonia." I'd also like to note that when my tremor first started it was different, I only had tremors around certain people then It eventually came to a point when I have a tremor for no reason, even if I step up and public speak I might have a tremor/shake and can't look at the audience. My main fear is that people will see my head tremor when I look at them, it is like a phobia in a way.

Please help me, if theres anything I can change in my life it's this. I can see a world of freedom and happiness after I fix this, thank you.
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Haven't you seen a neurologist for an evaluation at all?
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No I haven't, I'm quite embarrassed to do so. But I am pretty sure that this may be Essential Tremor because I have no control over it when it happens. What I can do is try to avoid it but that puts me in a lot of tension. If anyone can help me out, thank you very much.
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Please go get assessed by a physician.  It sounds like something with the cervical spine.  
Taking you to a physician is the BEST way someone can help you.  Two years is a long time to be suffering from something a physician could possibly help you with.  Most of us on this site are NOT medical professionals and even if a medical professional anwsers your questions you are still encouraged to see a physician before doing any recommendations on this site.  

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I have the same thing I have been to a Neurologist he thinks essential tremor but none in my family or dystonia, he wants me to have an MRI but I cant afford this just now.
I dont have it all the time , and I feel I get it when I am stressed or upset about something..
You should go to a neurologist though to get an opinion, I hate people seeing me shake my head also and feel very embarrassed I am 69 what is your age
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I am 16 and this just started to appear two years ago. It's good to see that there are other people with the same problem as me. Few people even know about essential tremor even though its the *most common* movement disorder. I have not yet gone to check it out because my head shaking alone is embarrasing and am always trying to hide it, trying to talk to my paranets about it will be even more embaressing. I really do not know what to do, I feel alone in this. All I want is for this to go away, I don't know where it came from but it just came without warning. I might also mention that it get's even worse when I'm nervous so I can't handle situations which make me nervous witout the tremor in my head.

I heard that stem stell research may be the answer into finding the cure, but quite frankly I don't think that there is going to be much research unless we push it. If we get our voice heard then they will see it worthwhile to start doing research into the cure. I've never been on medication and I don't want to, I believe that they are just poisoinging the body. If Essential Tremor started for a reason, then there must be a way to get rid of it. If people have cured cancer, then there is no doubt that you can cure Essential Tremor, it's just that the demand for curing cancer is higher because it is life threatening while the demand for curing essential tremor is not because A) few people know about it and B) it's not life threatening but it's just socially awkward. The only way I see that progress in a cure for this is being made is if we get our voice heard like I said and if there is a petition we can sign. That's when a difference will be made and this can be cured, I'm confident of that. I'm going to see what I can do, people may say that it will never happen but I can't rest until I cure this. That's the bottom line.
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i have just read this+really,really want to know how you have got on with this problem now.the same head tremor started out of the blue with myself a few month ago.everything is that identical to what you wrote that it sounds like i wrote it myself.it bothers me that much that i am avoiding even leaving the house now(which i know is a bad thing to to).please let me know how you are now,if you got a diagnosis or found anything that helps it.thanks
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Hi, I'm also curious to see how you have got on. I also experienced this head shaking. I remember it started when I was concentrating intensely, and then it cane quite frequently, and many times randomly, when speaking to people, when alone, when trying to concentrate etc.. A freind of mine had mentioned that alot of our diet is deficient of magnesium chloride, and that this essential mineral can also help with the nervous system. I got some magnesium chloride in crystal form, and made the solution. I must say it really helped me! After a few weeks I felt the difference, and soon the twitching was gone. I then stopped taking the magnesium chloride, and it seems to have returned slightly, though not as severe, but it often accompanies a foggy, cloudy head feeling, not being able to concentrate etc. I've started taking magnesium again, and it seems to be helping somewhat. Since it's an essential mineral, then there's no harm in trying it out, unlike these prescribed medicines that often create more harm than good. If you can get it in liquid form it's much better. Please stay in touch and let us know how you get on.
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If the tremor starts when you make eye contact with someone, it could also be social anxiety disorder.  I have the same issue.
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Hi everyone,my name is Sean. I live in England,i'm not sure where all of you are. I have had my head tremor for nearly eight years. It was diagnosed as Dystonia. I too find it becomes worse in social situations but when i get a bad bout it can be just as violent when i am on my own. I too get the foggy feeling in my head. I was sent for Botox treatment some years ago but that didnt help. I have also been prescribed Propanal however i found that this made me extremely tired. I am going to try the Magnesium Chloride and i will report back.  Also i appear to be getting more and more nervous and anxious as the years go by and i am going to ask my doctor to refer me to a specialist,again,i will report back. Good luck to you all and hopefully we can find something that helps us all.
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When I was a boy I developed a head shaking or  head shudder. Needless to say my folks were concerned. They took me to a neurologist who really couldn't figure it out and evaluated all kinds of things. Meanwhile my parents still were dismayed so they took me to a new family doctor, he listened and did a once over and said, "he has worms" which my parents confirmed with testing at home that night.
Turns out it was pinworms which was cured with two pills, take one once you know and another one or two weeks later.
Never had the problem again.
Not saying any of you guys have this but it's a place to look. Pimworms are relatively harmless and 100% curable. Other parasites can cause issues similar to some mentioned here.
I didn't know all this had happened until I was older as I was young and don't really remember it much.
In hearing the story my parents were like" We spent all this money with a neurologist only to have a Pediatrician say, calmly and matter of factually "He has worms"  
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Wondering how you are now?  I have been diagnosed with ET.  It all started around your age but I am now 39 and it has gotten worse.  Mine is worse when I am nervous or feel like someone is watching me and may notice it (like having my picture taken).  Have tried antiseizure medicine but did not like the way it made me feel :(
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Hi there,
I'm in England and had this start last summer, im 29 and female. I thought as i have other health problems that this could be to do with them. My neurologist didn't seem in any way concerned and a scan to check for brain lesions was fine.
I wondered if mine was caused by anxiety, but even when im totally chilled and quite happy it still happens. Sometimes it's barely there and other times i'm like a nodding dog! It's embarrassing. I know people look at me when its bad.
Last week at the drs i asked and he said it was a type of tremor and a very common one at that.
I just wondered how people on here have got on or if they have had any treatment?
All the best xx
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My head shakes also. It seems to slow if I try real hard not to shake, otherwise, it just goes on by itself. I remember watching my Granny's head shake from side to side when I was real young. I believe mine is a tremor also. It doesn't happen all the time but it happens every day, especially in the morning, first thing.  One time I went on an outing and my head got jerked back(while we were mud riding ) and I couldn't move my head for a little more than a week. I think that may have been when mine started, but I am not sure.
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All of the above sound oh so familiar. I was diagnosed with cervical dystonia almost 7 years ago. My head shaking left to right (strongly pulling to the right) is very embarrasing. I am so self-conscious of this, I too, have become a home-bound woman. I still have to work though, (I'm 61). Luckily, my work mates understand. I also had excruciating headaches and sore neck muscles (again, mostly my right side of my neck). A neurologist implanted a neuro-stimulator in my upper right chest. The wire runs from the unit up and across the top of my shoulder, up the right side of my neck and into by brain someplace. It helped with the headaches by blocking the pain so my brain didn't recognize it. It did this with an electrical current, something like a tens unit. That was 6 years ago, but now the neck pain and headaches are coming back. Just not sure what to do now. And the head shakes did not slow down at all. I think the one of the most annoying thing about the shakes now is trying to fall asleep. The "sound" of my hair rubbing on my pillow while shaking is very annoying. I too, am going to try the magnesium chloride. It may not help with the pain but it may help with the pain of the embarassing head shakes. I will let you all know how it works for me. Thank you. It's nice to hear from folks going through the same predicament. I'm not alone.
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I put a tens unit on my temples and the top of my four head and turn up the amps until I fill  electricity getting in my brain and hold it there while I watch a t.v show and then take it off, it seems to be working for my  tremors.
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Good day every1.... i am 22 yrs of age and i am just curious to know if there is any record of any1 being fully cured from this neurological condition? i unfortunately been suffering with all the symptoms you all described plus more since i was 18 yrs old
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Hi, My name is Inx, I'm from Melbourne, Australia. I have the same problem here, it appears when I tried to concentrate and stare on something. Just want to try the magnesium chloride, it would be great if you could tell me where to get the magnesium chloride. Thanks alot.
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hiya im 29 and have all the symptons talked about here I have been suffering for 10 years but it comes and goes all very random, its so annoying. im seeing my doctor in 2 weeks but buy the sounds of it theres probably no point :(
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hiya im 29 and have all the symptons talked about here I have been suffering for 10 years but it comes and goes all very random, its so annoying. im seeing my doctor in 2 weeks but buy the sounds of it theres probably no point :(
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Hi there I got exactly same problem, did magnesium chloride helped you?thanks
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I have essential tremor also, but can't seem to get it under control with propranolol.  I've been seeing a neurologist for this. I also purchased a natural treatment called Tremadone.  So far, that's not helping, but I only started it a week ago.  This is getting worse and it's actually bothering my neck.  Magnesium chloride?  What's that?  How do you get it?
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Hi im rony from india. I am having the exact same problem as u described for last 2  years. Pls help me  if u have found any cure...


Thankyou..
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I am 32 with cervical dystonia. Commenced 3 years ago. I would love to hear if any treatments assist anyone as for me nothing including botox has helped.
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This might not apply to some of you, but for those who are getting neck shakes and tremors around other people, especially when people are looking at you, there is an explanation.

What's going on is you are resisting your natural urge to bow your head. Everything is explained in this book:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LWHWD7I
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I don't know if this will help any one but I have found the route course for my head shaking this might apply to some one here after years and years if suffering with this horrible thing and trying to find out what brings it on well I've notice if I'm going through an extremely stressful time and it feels like every thing is building up I.e moving house, can't afford the bills ect (build up of stress) it's the after math of this. Like a come down and it's like a vicious cycle coz the head shaking which appears to be random stress you out even more I've suffered from this for a long time it's sound stupid but you need to learn to full relax and be stress free for a good few weeks (meditate or self hypnosis, charming CDs) it sounds mad but if you are like me then you will be prepared to try any thing it worked for me. It comes on after I've had a really stress full week but I know why and how to stop it
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I developed the same tremor in my early 30's & it went into remission when I started jogging.  It came back in my 50's & has gotten worse.  I am now 70.  I avoid going out unless I have to go to the store or doctor.  Botox treatments were very painful & didn't work.  See a Neurologist but he's run out of things to try on me.  Am taking Prozac & Diazapam.   Even tried taping sports tape real tight on the back of my neck (I dreamed that) but irritated my neck & itched.  I HATE it.  I just want to have a normal head.  I have been diagnosed with Cervical Dystonia.  Have trouble with eye exams etc.  needed gum surgery & DDS said he wouldn't work on me with my head tremor.  This is ruining my life.  Has started doing it when I'm riding my bike.
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I have the neck tremor that occurs during stressful times or when I'm in pain. Mine started when I was a dental assistant. I noticed my head shaking while working over patients.  I could see my hair moving and then I became paranoid about it and it got worse. I saw a neurologist and he tried Parkinson meds, seizure meds, and tons of other benzos, etc. Nothing helps. I have tried sodium chloride in pill form. It's called Slow-mag. I get it from Wal-greens. It is helping a little bit.
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I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 03 and as it progresses I noticed my head shaking left to right. It started when I would think no to a statement, or think something is wrong/negative response, but now it is happening a lot.
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Surely someone must have an update on this?

Did the magnesium chloride really work?
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When I was a small child I had Head-Shaking-Syndrome.  At the time doctors told my parents that they didn't know what caused it but that the condition usually goes away sometime after the child starts school.....and, It did.  When I was in my late 30's it came back and I noticed that it gets worst when I'm feeling stress.  I read somewhere that beta-blockers can help so I looked up natural beta-blockers and found pomegranate to be one but pomegranates aren't cheap and they aren't always in season.  I'm still searching for that reasonably price natural remedy.
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Have you fixed this problem? I have exactly the same problem for 2 years. Im only 18:(
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Have you fixed this problem? I have exactly the same problem for 2 years. Im only 18:(
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I am having all there symptoms that everyone is saying as well, however I also grit my eat with it. I am female and 42, this has came on and has been going on for about 2 years. It gets worse when taking any type of opiate medication, so I don't take any of these unless absolutely necessary. I have to explain to people that I am not a meth addict and I am not going thru withdrawals, cause I have heard the whispers.

Mind do get worse with stress or aggravation. I have requested to been seen my a neuroligist, due the head shaking, nodding is killing my neck at times. In playful tones, my husband and family have nicknamed be "Daubber" cause I am always daubing my head.

I just want to know what it is. and if there is a cure. I am getting very annoyed with it. My husband at times thinks it is cute.
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Has anyone else who is experiencing this "Head Shaking" syndrome noticed that they often seem to have a high level of adrenaline?  I asked this because I once read an article about this that suggests that our bodies produce higher levels of adrenaline than what's considered normal, which causes the head shaking.  I always seem to walk at a faster pace than everyone else, I move quickly and often have trouble sitting still so this explanation makes a lot sense to me.  I'm still researching ways that I can naturally reduce the adrenaline that my body produces.
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Hello! I have the same problem head shaking, poor is not vidiak no informed opinion in this forum. I heard from an old woman that can help yogurt from the Balkan peninsula selvages lacto bacilli. But it is there only Bulgaria, Serbia, Macedonia These germs live in milk only 24 hours fused starter culture
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Hello! I have the same problem head shaking, poor is not vidiak no informed opinion in this forum. I heard from an old woman that can help yogurt from the Balkan peninsula selvages lacto bacilli. But it is there only Bulgaria, Serbia, Macedonia These germs live in milk only 24 hours fused starter culture
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Hi,

I have this issue too and wondering what to do about it.

My head jerks when I try to concentrate on something. Especially noticeable when I stare at a small letters while reading etc. I also sometimes feel a heaviness/pressure in my head during that time.

I have noticed that this head jerk is prominent when I have not slept very well the previous night. Interestingly, it is even more prominent when I overslept the following day! Have you noticed anything like that?

I am wondering if this became worse when I started trying to meditate. Been hearing about all the health benefits of meditation a lot. So I have been trying it on and off for a few years. I don't think there have been a systematic research on the negative effects of meditation.

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I have the Same symptoms for 3 months, got every test done. Sometimes, I feel think I am going to lass out. One neurologist says it is stress and anxiety, the other says its not bad. Tried meditation. Looking at trying magnesium. Have you tried anything new to help releive your symptoms? Read that early menopause could result in tremors


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Dear people I had this in my early teen days it was due to stress and humiliation my friends used to call me names and say stories about me but I started using natural herb pills that unstressed me.. Forgot the name of the pill though .. They smell really bad also hahha the bottle is plastic and u can see through .. I think it's. A French brand maybe mind something!! It helped me. A lot!! and it even stopped my eye blinking!! Hope it helps u all in trying to cut down on stress and nervousness
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Hi Everyone,

I have had the head shaking for a couple of months now. What i have learned is that drinking alcohol definitely makes it worse so try to stay away from alcohol as alcohol is known to affect the nervous system. When have that sensation that my head is going to twitch, I put an ice pack in the back of my head/neck and that helps me significantly.Its just a short term remedy but i will try the magnesium pills as stated above for a long term cure. I'll keep you guys updated.
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I have been diagnosed with Spasmodic Dysphonia which primarily affects my voice, but lately I've noticed it's advanced to head shakes.  Very disturbing.  Propranol helps quite a bit, but I'm always seeking more answers.
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I am 53 and have had essential tremor about 5 years. I take 80mg twice a day of Propranalol (generic for Inderol) my hands have completly stopped shaking and my head stopped shaking side to side about 90%. I have noticed when Im tired or upset it is worse. Also when I'm driving or have my head turned to the side looking at something (purposeful movement) it is worse. I go to a neurologist for it. Don't just live with it, it is managed nicely with medication. I forgot I have it and have to always remember to take the meds because it works so well for me. Neurologists see this all the time. The meds cost me $15.99 for a 3 month supply. Go get it done...don't suffer.
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I have had my head to shake for years.doctors don't know really what it is.now my hand shake and I cant talk very well.they think I might have had a stroke but, no test has been run on me to find out.
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thank you so much I will ask my doctor to let me try that.
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    Hello everyone, not sure who is still checking this.  After suffering for 10 years, ( started at 21 ), I am pretty much cured.  I had to really, and I mean REALLY start to feel where the tension was coming from.  I could not take the madness, adrenaline rushes etc anymore.  

    Zhan Zhuang cured me,( post standing, you stand knees bent with arms out front like hugging a post/tree, hold it for 10mins-1hr if need be ) I also cut out most sugar, and eat vegetarian.  In the beginning I could only do 10 mins, I can do 1 1/2 hour with knees further bent now  ( never have knees bent over toes! ).  It gives you the best rootedness, and opens up your body  ( i had all these cold sensations leaving me, and sweat like a PIG doing it, now I feel so powerful and NO MORE HEAD SHAKES.)  Keep in mind I was over zealous and my body hurt so bad, but I wanted this over with so very badly...you all know what I mean..

    I also did the water method of meditation...I know how it sounds, but it has worked.  ALL the years using the computer since I was 5 for 5-14 hours a day, not to mention very hard physical labor and playing the drums hunched over  ( 10000+ hours )...I can not describe how bad I was physically.  The water method is just imagining water enveloping your head very slowly... and feel the tension, while you put your mind in the tension and dissolve it.  

     The base of my head, occipital area where the lymph nodes are under the ear was my major area.  I feel like I have a 3rd lung, and put on good weight ( was 120lbs the whole time !! now I am 155 ).   It took me YEARS of doing this to find the major spot...you can look into Bruce Kumars work, it really is up to you.  No, pills, no nothing worked.  Good luck
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