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Most common adverse reactions (>5% and greater than placebo) in adults with cervical dystonia for Dysport 500 Units and Placebo, respectively, were: muscular weakness (16%, 4%), dysphagia (15%, 4%), dry mouth (13%, 7%), injection site discomfort (13%, 8%), fatigue (12%, 10%), headache (11%, 9%), musculoskeletal pain (7%, 3%), dysphonia (6%, 2%), injection site pain (5%, 4%), and eye disorders (7%, 2%).
In view of the fact that muscular weakness as it relates to strokes, is closely connected to inability and dependence, the purpose of resisted exercise is as a therapeutic exercise.
Lack of B6 can result in muscular weakness, skin cracks, anaemia and sometimes convulsions.
Complaints worse from exertion, muscular weakness, poor memory, poor sleep, headache, intermittent fever, joint pain, sore throat and swollen cervical glands are also indicative of Calc carb.
Vitamin D toxicity symptoms include nausea, vomiting, pain in the joints, loss of appetite and muscular weakness.
The therapeutic effects of botulinum toxin depend on this blockade of peripheral neuromuscular activity, which ultimately results in muscular weakness.
MS stops brain impulses being carried to other parts of the body, causing muscular weakness, loss of coordination, slurred speech and visual blurring which can lead to blindness.
It is characterized by muscular weakness from the degeneration of motor neurons, and like PD, intellect and personality is often unaffected.
They include a weak, slow heart beat, muscular weakness and constant fatigue, which may lead to depression, sensitivity to cold, thick puffy skin, poor memory, constipation and, frequently, weight gain.
Hypocalcaemia results in tetany due to increased neuromuscular excitability, while hypercalcaemia results in depressed neuromuscular excitability with cardiac arrhythmias and muscular weakness.
Vocal symptoms may be due to muscular weakness following viral infection or severe coughing or may be the first symptom of some underlying disease.