Conditions with symptom: 'trembling'
I am 50 yrs. old & started with head trembling 5 moths ago( a no-no tremor ). I am being treated for GAD. Although I do have a lot of stress in my life, I'm not sure that's what's causing it. My question is- could this be a posisitional problem from the way I sit, with my neck stretched out on the back of the couch ?
I just started having head shakes also. I'm 65 and worried it will get worse rapidly at my age. I did seek a natural solution and found out that taking 1200 mg of Lecithin twice a day, and 100 mg. of CoQ10 once a day helps considerably. Just an idea.
I have a Granddaughter who is 9years old. Her hands shake. It is mostly when she is trying to do something, like colouring, writing, or anything that involves precision or concentration. She desperately wants to learn to knit, so I was trying to teach her, but the trembling made it very difficult for her. The interesting thing is that her Dad has exactly the same thing. Is this something I should be concerned about? I don't want it to have a negative impact on her life and choices she makes. What should I do?
Anyone that has et have a fifty percent chance that any of their children can also have it as it is hereditary my seven year old grandson shows signs of it
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