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Tremor or Earthquake by Night Worrier Posted Sat 17 Apr 2010 12:38am So last night I was watching some soothing episodes of  “Malcolm in the middle” In between episodes I got up to have a smoke and as I stood up to walk the house moved?!? WTF?!? Did my withdrawals reach a new height of uncomfortable or was that real? I thought maybe a meteor was about to make a spectacular crash somewhere — nearby but instead af ... Read on »
Two Visions of Healthcare: One Political, One Medical. Unfortunately, Obamacare Beats Out Treatment for Tremors and Epilepsy. by Jim Pinkerton Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 12:00am Last night on ABC World News, we saw, once again, the divide between two visions of healthcare. One, healthcare as a political football, and two, healthcare as a life-enhancing, even life-saving undertaking of doctors and scientists. Alas, the politicos got top billing. Diane Sawyer led the newscast with a live report from Jon K ... Read on »
Things that go ouch in the night by chasingthenow Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 9:53pm Did you know that dropping someone else’s urine in your ear is supposed to cure an earache? Me either. But I found that useful tidbit as I was Googling “earache remedies” at 2:30 this morning. I woke up in the middle of the night with my ear hurting, but I thought it was just some weird pressure build up and laid in bed ... Read on »
Hope. by Ellyn Posted Wed 24 Feb 2010 12:00am So, I have a confession to make.  I've been feeling pretty sorry for myself lately. I'll officially be divorced in 14 days, and just 18 days after that, I'll be celebrating the day my son both died and was born. If you had told me last March, when I was vacationing with what I thought was my intact family, that I would be divorced be ... Read on »
Hope. by Ellyn Posted Wed 24 Feb 2010 8:51pm So, I have a confession to make.  I've been feeling pretty sorry for myself lately. I'll officially be divorced in 14 days, and just 18 days after that, I'll be celebrating the day my son both died and was born. If you had told me last March, when I was vacationing with what I thought was my intact family, that I would be divorced bef ... Read on »
Mercury and Tremor by Jeffrey Dach MD by Jeffrey Dach MD Medical Doctor Posted Thu 27 Oct 2011 6:40pm Mercury and Tremor by Jeffrey Dach MD Jim, a 53 year old violinist presented with a chief complaint of hand tremor. He is unable to hold the violin bow properly and lost his job with the symphony.  A number of neurologists examined Jim, and told him he has an "essential trem ... Read on »
Tremors, Walking and Talking, and Finally Getting Some Sleep by Kate K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Apr 2012 5:00pm My shaky body and muscle spasms in my right foot awake me at 2 AM. I toss and turn and can’t get comfortable. My resting tremors aren’t resting, but very much awake. I try various yoga poses to combat the tremors -- the downward dog, child’s pose, the bridge and warrior poses – all provide no relief. Suddenly I remember that this is how I ... Read on »
Falls and Tremors by Maryann Patient Expert Posted Sun 31 Jan 2010 9:43am Ring around the rosies. Pockets full of posies. Ashes, ashes We all fall down! I fell twice last week. At about one week before my last Tysabri infusion, which was last Thursday, my balance deteriorated and my tremors were out of control. When I was outside picking up after Montana, I fell. He was up on the deck and ... Read on »
Tremors by Elizabeth Waterstraat Posted Wed 30 Jun 2010 10:25pm Geriatric belly (above) seated in "comfy" chair with fetal heart rate monitor (all you athletes who complain about using your skinny mini heart rate monitors, pipe down). See that line leading to it? Let me introduce you to my friend linea nigra (how soon until that thing fades?). Next to the chair is something that looks like a ... Read on »
And last night... A tale of three drugs. by the drinker Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:12pm And so the cut down continues. Last night I didn't start drinking until around 8.15pm. By then, the cravings were strong, but nothing like what I went through on day one, when I really feared I was about to have a seizure and was suffering chest pains. Last night's score board was another step forward on the road to NO DRINK. Still a little ... Read on »