For many individuals with Periodic Paralysis, medications exist, which can be helpful to reduce or stop the symptoms and periods of weakness and paralysis. They are very lucky and can usually maintain a fairly normal life. But, the remainders of individuals suffer moderately to greatly with varying symptoms, muscle weakness and episodes of paralysis.
The common triggers of Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis
Changes in the weather
Eye drops, Glycerin, Enemas, NSAIDsIf the following ingredients are in any products you use…you should stop using them until you are sure they are not causing symptoms:
Medications that cause muscle paralysis:
A list of drugs, which can cause muscle paralysis, can be found at this site. Be sure to scroll down the page: