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Non Essential Tremors Or Anxiety ?

I have had shaky hands since like 7yrs old. I had an extremely traumatic childhood and my Father not my mother used drugs when I was concieved and and after my birth. I saw a Neurologist when I was 14 and he did an MRI and blood work on me and diagnosed my hands as what he called a Non essential Tremor......? He was hard to understand what he was saying, but told my mother it deffinetly was not parkinsons and that it was very mild too mild for medication, but if needed someday he could put me on medication. I am 22 now and just about to finish college, and I read all kinds of stuff some people says its just anxiety other say it could be ALOT more seriouse, but somedays I get REALLY depressed about my hands and feel its not worth finishing college........and whats the point. A Nutritionalist said that I could just be toxic and need to due some sort of brain detox therapy might clear it up.
Asked On : Sat, 24 Apr 2010
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Hello and welcome to health care magic forum, it is not due to anxiety,but mri report have to be detailed prior to giving any suggestion ,please have a ct-scan of your
Spinal part and see if is any compression of nerve,take consultation of neurologist ,take tablets of neurobion regularly.take care
Answered: Tue, 8 Nov 2011
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first of all try and fight all ur fears yourself...this will definetely help u a lot.u dont have any serious illness to be depressed..your depression is worsening ur condition..start with some breathing exercises or yoga and consult a good qualified homoeopath..only homoeopathy can bring a change in u.
Answered: Sat, 5 Nov 2011
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Hi, What i forsee with your description is their is no proper coordination among nerves. So please try Bacopa monnieri powder which is called brahmi 1 gm twice daily for a period of 6 months, as this is a nervine & brain tonic, besides it is anti stress buster you will be alright.
Answered: Sat, 5 Nov 2011
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First, ask your family if a family member has/had tremor. Essential tremor (ET) is primarily inherited. Next schedule an appointment with a movement disorders specialist. It appears the neurologist you saw at age 14 diagnosed you with ET. There are treatment options available to help you feel more comfortable about the diagnosis. Anxiety and depression are associated with chronic medical conditions. Neither are the cause, but both worsen ET.

Hope this information is helpful.
Tremor Action Network
www.tremoraction.org

Answered: Sat, 24 Apr 2010
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HELLO

WELCOME TO HCM...

THERE ARE SO MANY CAUSE OF TREMORS. LIKE ANXIETY NEUROSIS , FAMILIAR , HYERTHYROIDISM , PARKINSONISM , DRUG INDUSE. IN YOUR CASE AND AT YOUR AGE GROUP IT DUE TO ANXIETY NEUROSIS. THERE ARE SO GOOD MEDICINE IN HOMEOPATHY FOR TREMORS , ANXIETY NEUROSIS . IF YOU WANT ONLINE HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT FROM ME THAN MAIL ME drvipul2001@gmail.com

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Answered: Sun, 13 Nov 2011
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