Temporary Movement/Motion Disorders and Temporary Neurological Disorders
First published in 2003 - Last edited in May 2022 by Luka Tunjic. © All rights reserved.
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Temporary movement disorder can be caused by psychological shock, trauma, and various chemical substances like alcohol, narcotics, drugs, etc.
Temporary movement disorder is at the same time a temporary neurological disorder.
A temporary neurological disorder is at the same time a temporary movement disorder.
Medication-induced movement disorder, like antipsychotic medication-induced movement disorder, is temporary. As the body gets rid of the medication, the movement disorder will disappear. Prolonged use of antipsychotics causes prolonged movement disorder. Prolonged movement disorder leads to persistent movement disorders, even if antipsychotics are not used.
Physically induced movement disorders (voluntary movement disorders) like exercises on a stationary bike, treadmill, trampoline, bouncy castle and other inflatable structures are examples of temporary movement disorders. Temporary movement disorders persist as long as the physical activity on a stationary bike, treadmill, trampoline, bouncy castle and other inflatable structures lasts. Prolonged use of stationary bikes, treadmills, trampolines, bouncy castles and other inflatable structures may lead to permanent movement disorders.
Unlearning motor skills can only change permanent movement disorders induced by physical activities. The process of unlearning motor skills goes along with rebuilding the brain.
1. A wide variety of neurological and movement disorders are associated with a prolonged period of alcohol abuse.
2. A prolonged use of stationary bikes, treadmills, trampolines, and bounce houses are likely to lead to improper motor skill development.
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