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There is another thing you could explore about your tremors.
This new video is about low B12, not being addressed by doctors, today. One of the people in the video, a woman, has severe tremors that went away after she was diagnosed with low B12.
Here is the video.
We, here on NeuroTalk, are familiar with B12, as it is critical for proper neurological functioning. People with neuropathy often are low. So I for one, am very happy that someone has made this video recently to illustrate this potentially serious nutrient deficiency. Today with the OTC availability of acid blocking drugs for heartburn, the potential for blocking B12 is very great now in the US.
This is my B12 thread, should you want more information on it.
Basically you can do oral (not addressed in the video) today for
about 6 cents a day, over the counter....for the activated form of B12. It is amazingly inexpensive and just about the least costly medical intervention out there!
If you decide to get tested...get your results. Do not accept "normal" as lab ranges in US go wayyyy down to 200 -- we know now that significant damage can occur in people that low.
The new low is now 400pg/ml, and it would be best to be ABOVE that level. (other countries may use different range numbers and typically I can convert them for you if you need that)
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This raccoon has come out yesterday since the snow recently melted and can't decide which cherry tomato to eat first. Hubby put them on the feeding bench yesterday morning. (he doesn't like them). They were all gone by this morning.