My 68-year-old father has had a tremor in his left arm for 3-4 years now. He has been to every neurologist and even to a psychologist and they cannot find out what is causing it. A few physicians told him it was probably stress related, but I find that hard to believe. They say it is not Parkinson's disease. The tremor stops only when he is sleeping. Now, the tremor seems to be getting worse. He can just be sitting in the recliner and his left hand will slap against the arm rest. I hate to see my father in this state and he is very aggravated as well. If anyone can maybe point us in any new directions it would be greatly appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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