I am 39 years old, and was diagnosed with Essential Tremor when I was 22 or 23 years old. It is mild, and really only manifests itself in my hands, and I rarely think about it. I am an avid golfer, and really struggle with golf shots that involve slow controlled motions. I have a tendency for my right hand to take over when I am trying to keep it passive.
I am wondering if it would make sense that my ET, or the part of the brain that causes ET, could be a factor in this, and if anyone else has stories about ET affecting athletic ability.
I really want to understand my ET and keep an eye on it as well, as I have a feeling that it will get worse in the coming years as I age.
has anyone gone to a hospital like that? I'm paraplegic with no family and being placed with a foster family will be impossable and theres only two group homes that are wheelchair ok but they are full so I'm told I will be placed at a psychiatric hospital for juveniles because they have medical help there and I will need medical help since I have a pej tube and external bilary drain and by then...
in a little bit, with hugs here on the site -i'm going to feel better than i did when i started typing this post.i know i will, because i have before. it has happened so many times before and i love to come here and share some hugs/ask for some hugs and watch the magic happen as people join in and hug one another.anybody feel like some hugging?? :O)