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Can`t Stop Shaking
August 31, 2000
12:11 pm
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summer67
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Due to tramatic events in my life,I find it hard to be in social situations.The problem is I have a slight trembeling in my hands and sometimes in my head.I get very nervous around other people,because of the things I have had to face in life,I feel different than other people.I feel like such a fool because of the trembling.It holds me back from having a job,or being involved in activities.The last time that I worked a employee that worked with me noticed and made the remark to me,that if she trembled as I did,she would have to see a Dr.How does that make me feel??Even worse.I have tried Paxil,Zoloft,Buspar.I don`t like the way they me feel(spaced out).Valium help,but who wants to take valium all of the time.Has anyone else had this problem,and what can I do to overcome this?

August 31, 2000
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I believe that there are actual diseases that cause this, have you been tested for all or did the Md, simply write a script?

August 31, 2000
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First of all I think you should have some neurological examinations. certain disorders, like MS, can cause behavioral as well as emotional changes. Ask your doctor. Be firm, too. Nowadays, patients have to be their own advocate. Docotrs see at least 10 patients a day and aren't really involved in your complaints unless you make them involved (belive me, I know. I've seen so many doctors....)

Secondly, if this is a behavrioal problem stemming from PTSD (Post Raumatic Stress Disorder), then you have a big mountain to scale. I am trying right now, ha ha. PTSD is not well understood because people develop differnt ways of coping with that constant dread, from agorophobia to gastric problems to OCD.

The main way to work through teh problem is with the help of a skilled counselor, who can lead you through different techniques to deal with your anxiety. You can also seek medical help through biofeedback, where they hook you up to machines that monitor your body's autonomic arousal and you learn, through different beeping sounds, to control your own body.

Psychologists have determined that you never get over trauma. You simply learn to live with it. I am forced to purposely tone down my interpersonal interaction, avoiding situations which may be stressful.

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