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Dr. Daniel Saurborn
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Head Jerking (Definition)

= involuntary twisting/ turning of head which may ...Read more


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What might be cause of head jerking when relaxed.?

What might be cause of head jerking when relaxed.?

Head Jerking: Jerking or tremor, is caused by many things, to include some medications or alcohol or illicit substances, parkinson's disease, neurologic problems, or simply essential tremor with aging. ...Read more

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Can anxiety cause head jerking/twitching?

Can anxiety cause head jerking/twitching?

Head jerking or: twitching may represent a tic (spasm-like movements of particular muscles). Anxiety may aggravate or increase tics which are otherwise usually harmless but may be annoying and may be able to be suppressed. Anxiety management strategies are powerful. Tics come and go. If serious consult physician. Best regards. ...Read more

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Could a motor tic in the head (head jerking) cause brain cell loss or damage?

Could a motor tic in the head (head jerking) cause brain cell loss or damage?

No: Motor tics are considered a sign of electrical short circuiting of neural impulses. By themselves they produce no damage but may reflect some injury or abnormal nerve pathways further up in the system. ...Read more

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Is there any good effective herbal treatment for getting a glowy skin?

Is there any good effective herbal treatment for getting a glowy skin?

Exercise!: Regular exercise (30-40 minutes 3-4 times a week) is excellent for the skin as well as the rest of your body. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Head jerking?

Head jerking: = involuntary twisting/ turning of head which may be seen with tics. ...Read more

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Should I be worried about my son's head jerking and twitching?

Should I be worried about my son's head jerking and twitching?

I would certainly: Want his pediatrician to see him for an evaluation, but your worrying about it won't help you or your son. ...Read more

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Arm, leg and head jerking?

Arm, leg and head jerking?

Tremor: I suspect one of many diseases that cause tremor.See a dr to get an accurate diagnosis and hopefully treatment. ...Read more

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Head jerking, and jaw popping?

Head jerking, and jaw popping?

Head Jerking: Jerking or tremor, is caused by many things, to include some medications or alcohol or illicit substances, parkinson's disease, neurologic problems, or simply essential tremor with aging. ...Read more

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Is head jerking a side effect if alcohol use?

Is head jerking a side effect if alcohol use?

Not typically: In order to have your question definitively answered, you need to have what you are describing as "head jerks" properly diagnosed. Alcohol isn't at all well known to trigger the onset of a tic disorder, but what I have read suggests that different individuals report both lessening or increasing involuntary movements through alcohol use. See a neurologist! ...Read more

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What should I do if I am worried about my 8 year old son's head jerking and twitching?

What should I do if I am worried about my 8 year old son's head jerking and twitching?

I'd check with the: General pediatrician first, but escalate to a pediatric neurologist before imaging. He needs a thorough exam to make sure these are not something to worry about. ...Read more

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Allergic reaction all over the face and body. What can we do and is there any herbal treatment for allergies?

Hives??: Might be hives which are red, raised and intensely itchy mosquito-like bumps. Using topical anti-itch creams and an oral non-sedating antihistamine might help. ...Read more

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Random head jerking?

Random head jerking?

Head Jerking: Jerking or tremor, is caused by many things, to include some medications or alcohol or illicit substances, parkinson's disease, neurologic problems, or an essential tremor which occurs with aging. ...Read more

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Head jerking and sniffing?

Head jerking and sniffing?

Possibly Tourette: Tourette syndrome is within the autistic spectrum. On the other hand it may be just a bad habit. If it is only that do not call any attention to it and it will stop. Even a "look" from others will keep it going. If other behavior symptoms develop, see a doctor. ...Read more

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Head jerking, and head popping?

Head jerking, and head popping?

Head Jerking: Jerking or tremor, is caused by many things, to include some medications or alcohol or illicit substances, parkinson's disease, neurologic problems, or simply essential tremor with aging. ...Read more

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Is head jerking a side-effect of abilify (aripiprazole)?

Is head jerking a side-effect of abilify (aripiprazole)?

Abilify&head jerking: Yes it probabely is. You may need to see your psychiatrst or neurologit. You may have to stop the med and try a different one. It may be a condition called tardive dyskinesia. ...Read more

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For my hair thinning problem. I heard about anagrow herbal treatment. Of 18 sessions. What's your suggestion on it?

For my hair thinning problem. I heard about anagrow herbal treatment. Of 18 sessions. What's your suggestion on it?

Not evaluated: Such supplements are not evaluated by the FDA and therefore no recommendations can be made. See your dermatologist for evaluation of your hair thinning and if no medical causes are found (such as thyroid disorder) see a skilled beautician for evaluation and advice for your hair care. ...Read more

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Can an ear infection or sinusitis cause head jerking\ twitching?

Can an ear infection or sinusitis cause head jerking\ twitching?

Unlikely: If we are talking about an infant sometimes occasionally pulling on the ears may be symptom. There are "tics" which are usually twitching, eye blinking which if worsens may suggest something more serious (unrelated to the ear infection).This condition should be evaluated by a neurologist. Allergies which can lead to sinusitis can cause nose twitching because of the itchy nose. ...Read more

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Do herbal hair-restoration treatments really work?

Do herbal hair-restoration treatments really work?

Maybe: There are may substances that have been used for hair resoration, like saw palmetto, burdock and fennel. None have good evidence backing them up. All might interact with medications you are on, so check with your doctor before you use them. ...Read more

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