Causes of Tic Douloureux
Treatments for Tic Douloureux
Anti-convulsants, such as Carbamazepine, are prescribed to quieten the nerve impulses to the face.
Unfortunately, anti-convulsants can have the following side effects:
nausea/dizziness/mouth ulcers/sore throat/rashes/peeling skin/bleeding skin/purple spots on the skin/vomiting/liver damagge/blood changes.
Surgery is sometimes suggested, but this is a dangerous gamble, as it is a type of brain surgery, which could result in the following results, in order of seriousness:
loss of sensation in certain parts of the face.
loss of control in certain parts of the face, for example: chewing/speech/eyelid movements, where one eye closes and the other does not. Any movement performed by the face, such as facial expressions, can be distorted, much like a stroke victim.
Alternative treatments for Tic Douloureux
1. BIOGETICA, a treatment center with Doctors and Scientists, combine healing systems such as:
Advanced resonance therapy
These healing systems for Tic Douloureux, have no harmful side effects, and provide powerful relief.
2. CHIROPRACTICS, where a medical Doctor corrects misalignments of the neck, removing compression on the nerves which feed the base of the skull, thereby releasing the nerves which supply the face.