Shaken Not Stirred – My Journey of Tremors By Jenni Bowman Day

My story begins, as so many stories do, with an event.  Well, to be really honest, it was with a whole series of unfortunate events. I had been fortunate to have lived a relatively stress-free life until June 2016. During the year that followed, I lost my mother and my closest friend to cancer, had … Continue reading Shaken Not Stirred – My Journey of Tremors By Jenni Bowman Day

Do you have shaky hands?… Have you seen an Occupational Therapist?

Hand tremors can be intermittent, occurring every so often or consistently. At times these hand tremors start on their own but can also act as a signal pointing to an underlying health issue (Barrell, 2018). On a day to day basis shaky hands can significantly impact an individual’s functionality. Individuals suffering from hand tremors due … Continue reading Do you have shaky hands?… Have you seen an Occupational Therapist?

Having Parkinson’s and Tips for Coping Daily

Having a disability, such as Parkinson’s disease, in the workplace can prove to be very challenging. This degenerative disease affects the motor system, resulting in tremors, rigidity, bradykinesia (slowness of movement), instability and fatigue. The number of individuals with disabilities and chronic diseases in the workforce is increasing due to longer life expectancy rates. It … Continue reading Having Parkinson’s and Tips for Coping Daily

Exercise, Not Only for the Realm of Athletes  

Written by Tiana Corovic Among its many known benefits, exercise may also be used as a rehabilitative treatment for the reduction and control of Essential (ET) and Parkinsonian tremors (PT). Performing every day tasks requires some degree of physical ability, such as strength, dexterity, and steadiness. Gaining control of movements does not have to come … Continue reading Exercise, Not Only for the Realm of Athletes  

Alcohol in Essential Tremor and Parkinson’s Disease

Alcohol drinks contain the substance ethanol, which is a psychoactive drug. Alcohol in low doses may cause euphoria, reduced anxiety, and sociability, while in high doses it may cause drunkenness (intoxication), stupor and unconsciousness. Long term use may lead to alcohol dependency. While alcohol may cause all these, it affects Parkinson’s Disease and Essential Tremor … Continue reading Alcohol in Essential Tremor and Parkinson’s Disease

Top 5 Smartphone Applications for Parkinson’s Disease and Essential Tremor

Nowadays, smartphones have become a crucial tool for social media, communication and even entertainment but what we will be shedding light on today is also the owner’s well-being. As a sufferer of Essential Tremor or Parkinson’s, it can be hard to keep track of your tremors from the comfort of your own household. Our blog … Continue reading Top 5 Smartphone Applications for Parkinson’s Disease and Essential Tremor