A decade of hosting 250 guests on Parkinsons Recovery Radio guests has made it possible to document a variety of natural therapies, methods and treatments that prove successful in suppressing tremors. They fall into a various categories including herbs, certain foods, tinctures, ketone esters, light and sound therapy, energy medicine and many others.
It is so helpful to embrace natural methods. Unchecked they sustain unrelenting stress. When we are unable to reduce the intensity of stress tremors always get worse. The cycle is endless unless checked. The vicious cycle is familiar to everyone.
- Tremors cause reoccurring stress.
- Stress inflames the tremors.
- Taming tremors helps reverse this vicious cycle.
The challenge for members of the global Parkinsons Recovery audience is that these wonderful ideas and suggestions are scattered all over the place, buried in my many thousands of blog posts and replays of 10 years of my many radio show interviews.
This year I am offering a course that focuses on how to tame tremors naturally. It organizes, explains and updates the most successful strategies, therapies and treatments that have been reported by persons who themselves experience tremors. Some of the methods have just emerged over the past year. We do not have yet a great deal of evidence on their effectiveness, but early reports are very encouraging. I want everyone to know about these new developments.
Tame Tremors includes a free download of my book Treatments for Tremors which you receive as a digital download when you register for the class.
You are warmly invited to join me. Classes launch Wednesday, May 1st at 12:00 noon pacific time and continue the consecutive five Wednesdays for a total of six live classes with me (May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and June 5). Replays and notes are available for all classes. Visit the page below to register.
P.S. The course will not address prescriptions medications which fall into the domain of medical doctors, so any issues or questions about medications will need to be addressed with your doctor.
Robert Rodgers PhD