What about the alarming signs? It is not that difficult to define the signs as the patient of any type can feel it. Most people describe the feelings associated with myoclonus in the same way: cramps, quick or long-lasting spasms, shaking, etc. to be more specific, these attacks can be best characterized as short, unexpected, unintentional, shocking, unstable, and occur in different parts of the body in the areas with muscles.

Even though it is not a serious diagnosis or a separate disorder, myoclonus may be rather severe. It may affect the way individual talks, eats or moves. Several forms of myoclonus exist, and they are all different by their nature. If no disorder is the reason for myoclonus to take place, a person deals with the essential type of this problem. Every human experiences thus uncomfortable feeling at least sometimes, so it does not matter whether he/she is healthy or not. Next, there is Opsoclonus Myoclonus. It is a quite rare phenomenon.

The persons share they experience short cramps in muscles and unusual movements of their organs of vision. The doctors also call this condition a Dancing Eyes-Dancing Feet Syndrome because of the connection with eyes. It really feels like dancing unintentionally. Next, action myoclonus exists as well. It may come out only once the individual attempts to move. It may lead to the complete paralysis. This type has an impact on the person’s limbs, face, and even voice. Finally, there is a stimulus sensitive one. To detect this type of myoclonus, it is important to have an irritator something nearby (lights, movements, etc.)