so now i tried this carvedilol for one day and already its improved my td. even after only one day. this is really great news!! well anyhow, hopefully one day we can have our own separate forum. just for tardive dyskinesia.
another promising method against td could be bcaa's: branch chained aminoacids. there has been a study about it with very promising results. there should further studies about this effect of bcaa and tardive dyskinesia.
and another interesting way is treating td with a general anesthesia. this has worked for one patient that had severe td. she completley recovered from her TD after it. it is fact that things like permanent hiccups can also be cured with a general anesthesia. and some other dyskinesias aswell.
so you should try carvedilol. also you could try using ecgc. its the extract of green tea. it has healing mechanisms for braincells. this could also do the trick. if you do so, you should please send me a message and tell me your experience. okay?
but there should also be more investigation of how a general anesthesia was able to restore someone with TD. any ideas?
and also if this is reproducible for others.
so how do you know if you are beginning to get TD at early stage? that is very simple, you can do the tongue test. it goes like this: you stick your tongue out for 10 seconds. if it is still you dont have td. if jitters around alot while you stick it out. then this is an early warning that you are developing TD already.
this is a journal about tardive dyskinesia. so we can find better solutions for that condition. post me your other observations that you have which are connected to TD. there are some people who say they have a decrees of muscle power. i also have experienced this. though it has gotten gotten better now over time.
here is the article about the full remission of a 44 year old patient after a general anesthesia:
A 44 year old woman with a severe drug induced tardive dyskinesia had previously been treated with a left thalamotomy and right deep brain stimulation. Thalamotomy abolished the right hemiballismus. Deep brain stimulation caused a moderate reduction of the remaining involuntary movements on the left side. After a minor orthopaedic operation under general anaesthesia, the dyskinesia disappeared completely, even with the deep brain stimulation turned off. The remission has now lasted for 41 months.
ps: i have the full article if anyone is interested i can send it.
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