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Vibration leads to paralysis?

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posted on Nov, 19 2005 @ 12:02 PM
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Sorry if this is really normal. But I really wanna know everything abt this disease.Docs over here dont have a clue abt this disease. I dont know if that what it is called or not but we named it "vibration" anyway. Ok..so my mom has this problem and she had it for yrs. Her body keeps on vibrating from the inside to a dangerous extent..She says she cant sleep bcuz of her problem.She says she feels down 24/7 n she has a severe headache n she cant stand up for a long time when her vibrations get out of control.. Doc says that it is a physcological problem. Some even says that it might leads to paralysis or sth. We r unable to figure her disease out.. Can soembody give me info abt this problem?




posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 07:50 PM
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has she had her heart checked and her blood pressure?

Sometimes higher than normal blood pressure can cause headaches. Also if she isn't sleeping she will feel all sorts of other physical problems including depression, headaches, pains, etc. If she has had a full physical with no sign of any problems it may be related to her sleep.
Also are you in a city or urban area? Some supersensitive people can feel vibrations of traffic, like heavy trucks and trains through their feet. If she is not sleeping well she may not be able to screen the natural vibrations out of her conscious experience and this vibration makes you feel more tired and "shook up" throughout the day.

If it is her sleep than she may need to take smaller naps during the day and night until she gets the amount of sleep she needs to feel normal.

If she can't sleep enough then she may need to see a sleep specialist to identify what the problem is. Sometimes small changes can make a big difference. I am not a medical expert but I have had some similar problems, usually from lack of proper sleep.



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 08:08 PM
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Has she looked into this?

Parkinson's disease

A chronic disease of the nervous system that usually strikes in late adult life, resulting in a gradual decrease in muscle control. Symptoms of the disease include shaking, weakness, and partial paralysis of the face. Certain drugs can help alleviate some of its symptoms.



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 09:13 PM
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That is a very good suggestion. Both Michael J. Fox, the actor and M. Ali the boxer both have it. And it does have uncontrollable tremors or vibrations.




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