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Originally posted by asala
oh it a horrible thing, i have a friend that suffers it bad,
1, keep not of when it gets worse, Sometimes just knowing what can make it worse means you can prepare
2,wear a heavyish Braclet, that helps loads, putting a little weight on the hand area,
3,Get loads of sleep and cut out the Caffine as much as you can..
4, Get a little ball and hold it in your hands to help give you something to grip,
That post did not read like it came from asala, or am I being paranoid ?
Originally posted by anxietydisorder
I get tremors in my hands quite often due to nervous tension, and in extreme situations, my torso and head.
In social situations I tend to drink scotch until it subsides, but that's not always the best solution. Some medications have helped in the past, but I have an aversion to altering my personality with SSRI's or something like Lorazepam.
Whiskey works for me, but tremors can be a sign of other disorders or disease.
My best advice would be for you to see your doctor to have your specific symptoms looked at.
Originally posted by D4rk Kn1ght
Not always Dg not always.
A good healthy omega oils intake, as well as exerciseing moderate amounts will help reduce the chances of falling chemical levels in the brain.
Exercise increases blood flow, which increase nutrient transport (Glucose), which in turn keeps more of what the brain needs pumping around. Doing puzzles and such is also good to keep the brain active.
In 10 years though it will be cureable, so don't sweat it. Enjoy life to the full and forget about it. Worry is for a later time if symptoms appear.