Treatments for Tremors

Treatments for Tremors : Natural Therapies to Calm Tremors

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What are possible causes of tremors? What natural remedies can help to calm them? A variety of natural therapies have proven useful for sedating tremors. These include supplements, essential oils, herbs, foods, aroma therapy, stress reduction, trauma release, sound therapy, vibration therapy, energy healing, transformation of beliefs and activating the limitless power of the mind. These suggestions for calming tremors are inspired by Robert Rodgers PhD, founder of Parkinsons Recovery, who has focused his research program since 2004 on identifying and documenting natural therapies that help to reverse symptoms of Parkinson's disease. His research reveals there are a surprising number of natural therapies that help to calm tremors in particular. The challenge turns on deciding which therapies to pursue. People with tremors find themselves in a terrible situation.Tremors create stress. Stress, in turn, is one of the primary causes of tremors in the first place. It is a vicious cycle the loops around and around with no end in sight. Finding therapies that succeed in calming tremors helps in the long run to reduce stress and, of course, sedate tremors. The key to success is taking control of the tremor rather than allowing the tremor to control you. Therapies introduced in this book are all ones that put you in the driver's seat.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 116 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.86mm | 231.33g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514225883
  • 9781514225882
  • 1,835,867

About Robert Rodgers Phd

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D., has a passion for helping persons with Parkinson's feel better using natural methods. His mother, diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, elected to take a variety of prescription drugs to treat her Parkinson's symptoms, her depression and other medical problems. She eventually died from a coma that was aggravated by the deadly combination of medications she had been taking. After graduating from Vanderbilt University with his undergraduate degree and Cornell University with his master's degree, Robert earned his PhD from Michigan State University in 1981. He served as a faculty member at the University of Texas at Austin in the 1980's and was a professor and Director of the Ph.D. and MHA programs at the University of Kentucky during the 1990's. Robert resigned university life in 2003 to found Zero Point Healers with Deborah Russell. He now pursues his passion for discovering natural remedies and therapies that heal chronic illnesses. Since 2004 Robert has focused on helping persons with Parkinson's find relief from their symptoms using natural methods and approaches. He is also a foreclosure mediator for the state of Washington and a senior mediator with the Dispute Resolution Center in Olympia, Washington.show more