A movement disorder occurs when neurological conditions affect speed, fluency, quality and ease of movement.
If you have abnormal fluency or speed of movement, it may also involve other conditions. Movement disorders include excessive or involuntary movement (hyperkinesia) or slow or absent voluntary movement (hypokinesia).
The symptoms of a movement disorder largely depend on the type of condition you may have. People may have varying degrees of symptoms associated with the severity of the movement disorder and depending on the type of neurological issue.
The symptoms of a movement disorder may resemble other conditions or medical problems. Always consult a physician for a diagnosis.