essential tremor

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tremor of unknown cause (usually of the hands and head) that develops in older people

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Benign Essential Tremor is generally considered a slowly progressive disorder.
Alcohol also reduces shaking, induced by intention of movement or anxiety, in patients with benign essential tremor (Pohorecky, 1991).
Since Benign Essential Tremor (BET) comprise the vast majority of the proposed nonParkinsonian test patient population, and since we achieved high specificity for the BET population in our last study, we believe that we should have no difficulty in achieving the agreed-upon primary endpoint in this study.
Philip, from Thornaby, was first diagnosed with benign essential tremor in 1975 when he was in the Royal Navy.
Also, Benign Essential Tremor is a harmless shaking of the hands when they are at rest and can occur at any age.
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