Natural Remedies for Essential Tremors: Effective Top Supplements

Magnesium L-Threonate, Theanine, MSM
Posted by Soazburrolady (Az) on 04/30/2023

Hi John,

So lovely to hear from you! I haven't posted in a few years (personal reasons), but "lurk" here occasionally. Just couldn't ignore your message.

My husband continues tremor free with the use of the Theanine Serene, magtein, and sporadically, acetyl L carnitine. He has accumulated other health issues, but that's a story for a different day.
Moving is such a stressor, I'm not surprised you may have some increase in symptoms.

Hopefully, a new financial position will allow for consistent use of the supplements that are so essential (no pun intended).
As an aside, there is something comforting about living in older abodes. I lived in a 200 year old house in my earlier life - lots of history, and noises!

Again, all the best to you. Cheers!

Magnesium L-Threonate, Theanine, MSM
Posted by Soazburrolady (Arizona) on 06/24/2016

John, so sorry to hear of your new difficulties. I just thought I might add a note of encouragement to all of you suffering from ET. My husband has been continously on the same supplements since before my first post - and continues tremor free. We are truly thankful. It is, without a doubt expensive, but works, and he has had no ill effects. I will say that the remedy worked fairly quickly (within a few weeks he noted improvement). So, it is possible that other causes of tremor will not respond as well. We have been too chicken to discontinue to see what might happen! My best to you all.

Magnesium L-Threonate, Theanine, MSM
Posted by John (Suffolk, England) on 05/07/2016

I have found that I can get away with little supplementation at present. I have been on a minimalist diet, mostly raw and have not had wheat based products for, at least, four or five months. Hands have remained quite steady and did not return to full supplementation.

Events. My mother passed away two months ago and an extensive period of stress lifted as I had had to take care of her, initiating a long period of years of self neglect, before she was finally persuaded to go into care. I do occasionally have a session of biting my lip when I am eating and the nerves twitch under the skin of my hand - more noticeably the right - but events having taken the turn they have, it is as if years - of the tremor - have been removed. Having said all this, I will keep the Magtein and the Theanine and the Nutrasleep on standby. Drawing stable, still have not mustered courage for painting or inking yet. I don't think cursive writing is going to be something that I will ever master, but I may tentatively try it. My brain refuses to link the technicality of writing with imparting information to a page at speed using such a device as a pen although writing, lettering style, with a pencil seems to work adequately - adequately enough for a fellow artist to remark that I have "beautiful writing" and a councillor I have been seeing to remark upon it. They see scattered sentences. If I had to produce a page at length they may see different results. I still avoid attempting that. The worst I get is filling in the forms that I have had to. Bureaucracy always stresses me out.

Magnesium L-Threonate, Theanine, MSM
Posted by John (Suffolk, England) on 11/25/2015

Hello again!

Have to report that I'm much better. My drawing is pretty much back to form with only a minor twitch in the arm and base of thumb occasionally. Small improvements every day. I have been gluten free for two weeks and I also take Magnesium L-Threonate - two Source Naturals capsules @ 667mg - and two capsules of Theanine @100mg in the morning with a glass of spring water and a quarter spoon of Methylsufonylmethane (MSM). A multi-nutrient for my skin at midday - will provide details of this nutrient if needed, but I was taking this for a long time with no effect on the tremors whatever - and in the late afternoon I take two Nutrasleep again from Source Naturals. very positive about the result.

Will update, if or if not the result is consistent.