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Remedies for Head Tremors

Posted by LA on 09/16/2009

I WAS WONDERING IF U COULD GIVE ME SOME ADVISE ON HEAD TREMORS. I am 52 years old and had them since about 19 years old.. the older I get they have gotten worse. doctors have given me different meds and such but does not work well. I also have lots of anxiety and nervous all the time. I have tried some of your remedies like flax oil and apple cider vinegar... etc

If u were me with head tremors what would u do?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

A head tremors sometimes is a Bell's Palsy caused by certain viruses, or perhaps demyelination. Certain oils seems to cause problems in which case granulated lecithin, vitamin B complex may help. Antibiotics and certain meds may have caused it. Also heavy metals also shorts out and caused it too. Changing water source such as bottled water may help, and taking some chlorella supplements, every two days, plus daily magnesium citrate 250-500 mg a day, plus daily alkalization until both urine and saliva pH is 7, usually helped. I had other cases of tremors before, so it was the alkalization, metal chelation, and magnesium really did help. Although the person was a child and had leg tremors, but it's still a type of neurodegenerative conditions bough on by acidosis, heavy metals, and lack of magnesium. Vitamin B50, some vitamin C helps. It should be noted that most supplements ideally is taken only 4 or 5 days out of a week, but the chlorella and chelation remedies require more spacing between days. A milder form may be just a small amount of cilantro and taken every two days also does the job too. In a child it was only a couple of leaves of cilantro, but in an adult dose, they may take larger doses as per weight basis.


Replied by Aurelia
Pittsburgh, Usa

Head tremors can be familial, a family member finally came across the amino acid Taurine. 1 teaspoon(about 3 grams) taken twice per day will usually stop tremors. If tremors are more pronounced in stressful situations i.e. public speaking or interviews, the 1 time use of the drug Inderal 40mg. works like a charm, however only for occasional use. Ask your doctor about this one it may be an unapproved use but it is very safe.

Replied by Mulerider
Hendersonville, North Carolina

Thank you Ted for the posts that you so thoughtfully share with us!!! I had a head tremor off and on for over 17 yrs recently it had become more on, I am 54 yrs young. It was embarrassing, and made me feel very old and unattractive. I had always figured it was stress related as my life has been very much that. I had asked several Dr.s along the way and they shrugged it off. Last week went to my new young female Dr. showed her the list of supplements listed in this thread and she said I should be alright with that, but she could just give me sinament if I got tired of it. I told her no thank you.

Less than 4 days into the supplements the tremor lessened appreciatively, went back and looked at the supplements and apparently I had a magnesium deficiency....... Simple as that. I am currently taking 300mg twice daily, now my questions are what is a good ongoing dose, or does it eliminate the uneeded portion. I don't want to over do it.

Thanks so much!!!!