Discover tardive dyskinesia (TD) resources and support
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There are ways to manage uncontrollable body movements. Whether you are living with TD or caring for someone with TD, resources, tips, and other educational content are available to help support you.
You can receive support through patient advocacy groups and additional resources that highlight TD awareness and related movement disorders.
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“I had the confidence to not let my tardive dyskinesia or the reactions of others stop me from living my best life.”
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In this guide, you’ll find:
- Questions you can fill out and share with your healthcare provider
- Suggested talking points about uncontrollable body movements
- Tips on talking to your provider via telemedicine
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Find psychiatrists, neurologists, and other advanced-practice healthcare providers experienced with diagnosing and treating TD. Talk about your TD movements with them and learn about treatments that could help you manage your uncontrollable body movements.
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TD and Stress
Because stress can worsen TD symptoms, it’s important to know you are not alone. And by practicing calming activities by yourself or with others, you can create a better sense of well-being.
Be proactive. Find time for activities you find stress relieving and remember to reach out to people who can provide support and guidance.
These activities may help relieve stress:
- Practicing relaxation
- Trying guided meditation
- Taking walks and exploring nature
- Setting aside time just for yourself
- Discovering hobbies such as gardening,
playing or listening to music, or sketching
Get help from others
Your support system may include:
- Friends and family
- Peers with similar experiences
- Online TD forums and communities
- Counselors or support group
Try out different relaxation techniques and figure out which ones work best for you.
Resources for people living with TD and their care partners
Read TD stories from real people:
Find more information about TD:
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