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KnotTheEndoTheWhirl

547d

I have had tremors for years now but was only recently diagnosed. They’ve increased in frequency the last couple of years. This year they start every time I use yard tools: motorized and not (leaf blower, sheers, etc). The neurologist I saw never gave a treatment, just confirmed they were benign. Is there something I can do to relieve them/prevent them or do I just have to live with it as is?

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    • shakes94

      260d

      If anyone lives in the tri state area I am more than happy to meet up and work with you

    • shakes94

      260d

      If anyone lives in the tri state area I am more than happy to meet up and work with you

    • shakes94

      260d

      Alleviate as much stress as possible Going range helps me because it works two fold it works to get past anticipation of loud sounds and it works on your hand eye coordination It's not for everyone but I do believe it can help

    • Patico

      351d

      It is nothing benign on this. It ruins your social life, it is embarrassing and I can keep mentioning, some Drs. Are very insensitive about our situation.

    • 100Percent_K

      547d

      There are medications that are available, but some neuros advise you wait until the tremors get more bothersome (depending on how they are currently) before trying meds as there aren’t a ton available from my understanding. Mine is totally unmedicated for now, but they are generally progressive and you can’t totally get rid of them

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