Physical symptoms including tremors, slurred speech, dystonia, and anxiety that are side effects to neuroleptic drugs caused by effects on the basal ganglia and associated structures within the brain.
tremor, rigidity, abnormal face and body movements, restlessness, uncontrolled movements of the jaws, tongue, lips, cheeks, arms and legs
A common side-effect of many antipsychotic and some antinausea drugs that block dopamine. These include problems with walking, tremor, rigidity, and abnormal muscle movements.
Side effects caused by antipsychotics (neuroleptics). They include uncontrollable movements in the face, arms and legs.
(eks-tra-pi-ram-i-dal): A disturbance of facial or body movements. This can be a side effect of antipsychotic medications. Common symptoms include muscle stiffness, tremors, and lack of arm movement when walking. Sometimes referred to as Parkinsonism.