Cervical Dystonia is where the neck either moves involuntarily from side to side or is bent in a certain position (where the muscles are consistently contracted). It's like working out 24 hours a day, because the muscles never get a rest. I have heard that it can be very fatiguing and I have experienced that in the past.
I never knew it was to do with your neck either..I do have scoliosis of the spine and that has thrown my neck out of shape, but i dont know if what you have would effect the thyroid function, but someone here should know, best of luck Dawn.
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