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Parkinson's Disease (PD) with Dyskinesia Tremors - Blue Glasses with Blue Lenses
Looking through a blue plastic sheet or wearing blue glasses or glasses with blue lenses may help relieve the symptoms of dyskinesia caused by Parkinson's Disease, a neurological disorder. Dyskinesia may also appear after long term use or high dosage of drugs used to treat psychosis such as schizophrenia.
Tardive Dyskinesia Symptoms
Symptoms of tardive dyskinesia are involuntary, repetitive body movements with no meaning to them. These can be rapid, uncontrollable movement of the arms and legs, or movements like tongue protrusion, lip grimacing, smacking, rapid blinking of the eye, pursing and puckering of the lips. These severe involuntary movements of the extremities can be debilitating.
Dyskinesia and Blue Glasses with Blue Tinted Lenses
It seems amazing, but simply looking through the color blue may help relieve the symptoms of dyskinesia. This YouTube video shows a man with severe involuntary movement. He can hardly sit in a chair without falling out and he has difficulty walking. But simply looking through a sheet of blue plastic or wearing glasses with blue lenses relieves the symptoms to a great degree. He can even walk normally.
Watch this video to see the amazing change this man who had Parkinson's Disease (PD) with dyskinesia experiences when he looks through the color blue.
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