Essential tremor is a nervous system (neurological) disorder that causes involuntary and rhythmic shaking. It can affect almost any part of your body, but the trembling occurs most often in your hands — especially when you do simple tasks, such as drinking from a glass or tying shoelaces.

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Good Day World, wherever you are on this spread of land we call our Earth-Home. Mine just happens to be In a village called Lady Grey, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa-a Country with beauty in abundance, once a happy safe place {Debatable by some I suppose}but surely a bloody much safer Place in the World would be  harder to find. View from my Front Porch overlooking one of the Mountains of Lady Grey The life of Reuben a disability Pensioner. This is my story…A long story - short and sweet. From 2004, the warning signs were there,  until the…

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Essential Tremors – a Rare disease
Symptoms of Essential Tremor in the hands

Essential Tremors – a Rare disease

I sat and watched him. The once fierce man who was now a mere fraction of the man I married. He was trembling, his dominant right hand and arm worse than the other. Initially I thought it is due to all the different medications he was on after he had his first heart attack. He thought the same and just tried to cope and still do what he could to lead a normal life. He was trying to make coffee but could not get the water inside the mugs. Warm water spilled all over the counter. The mugs flew in…

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