Neurons that produce dopamine die or do not function properly. Dopamine is the neurotransmitter that sends signals that help coordinate movements.
Often, it is classified as a movement disorder.
The characteristic symptoms are: tremor, rigidity, head leans forward, speech changes and the tone of voice is getting weaker, motor disorders occur and all acts of common life slow down.What are the movements, the gestures that the person makes involuntarily? The interpretation of these movements will give us information about the origin of the symptom.
It occurs most often in older men who have been very active, ambitious and with a deep fear of death and failure in life.
Coincides, in most cases, who have lived with women, mother-sister-wife, strong and dominant character, which have always told them what to do, how and when and instead of rebelling, have contained anger that caused this situation.
In fact these people have always tried to restrain to hide their feelings, their vulnerabilities and fears, especially when making decisions.
Make plans for the future, but do not act, they do not move:
“I want to act and I do not let myself; I want to act, but do not know where”
They have always suffered from an intense desire to control everything, even his/her life and that of others; which it has caused an almost total inability to relax.
Their nervous system cannot endure much repression.
Conflict of fear of the future, not to live longer, therefore, they do not end things.
Fear of ending conflict, to drop, to end.
Not to conclude an action started, you wish, but you cannot get to the end.
As an attempt to hit someone, to take, manoeuvre, etc. and never get to finish.
“I want to let go, but I will not let go” “I want to move, but do not want to move”
The foot, hand, hesitates again and again for fear or impotence.
The brain ordersthe beginning of an action but circumstances change in seconds and again change the order to reverse it:
Yes now! No, no … not now! Not here! There! No, there! Plan to make a move that can never end.
I have to adapt my behaviour to the situation: “adapt myself to control my movements”
Delaying action. “Reaching the end can be negative, dangerous”
For example: do not want to retire, do not want their children leave home, not wishing her husband travel more, etc., feel the total impotence to stop them.
“I’m losing my control over others”.
“I’m afraid to let them live, because that means they’ll let me”
Fear not being able to hold someone or something.
If one suffers a conflict of seeing an injured loved one and cannot find what to do, try to help him/her while hesitates… fear harm if you touch it, afraid to die if he/she does not… feel a terrible impotence, an agonizing indecision… your hands are close… away.
He/she wants to do something but cannot or do not know… hesitates…
Hands moving in opposite directions… the disease begins with that gesture.
It is the typical disease of the elderly couple.
Woman makes gesture to retain her husband when he/she is dying; He/she does not want to leave.
I trust the Universe and acknowledge that I have exaggerated my behaviour.
I relax in the assurance that I am safe.
Life supports me. I trust the process of life.
People suffering from this disease can bring a program of an ancestor, and look for it if he/she exists.
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