Posts by tag: dyskinesias

In my latest blog post, I delved into the intriguing link between dyskinesias, involuntary muscle movements, and sensory processing disorders. I discovered that individuals with dyskinesias often experience sensory processing issues, as both conditions are rooted in the malfunctioning of neural pathways. This connection can result in challenges with movement coordination and processing sensory information. However, therapies targeting sensory integration can be beneficial for both conditions. This fascinating connection underscores the complexity of the human brain and the interconnectedness of its functions.

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