snoozq trembling my son does that!

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by hensue, May 18, 2009.

  1. hensue

    hensue New Member

    He trembles and so do I in my hands really bad. Even if he tries excersize he trembles. What would they do for him if he had these test you were talking about?

    He is the one on zoloft who is doing so much better with depression and anxiety. My trembling in hands delt with all my life doesnt bother him.
    He is a man and it does bother him and he is 28.
  2. SnooZQ

    SnooZQ New Member

    the previous post to "Rhythm" was about INTERNAL trembling -- a shaky feeling. Rhythm said that his was not visible.

    You seem to be talking about a visible tremor?

    Visible tremor (the common sort) is more often related to adrenaline issues & the autonomic nervous system.

    People who have a major depressive disorder often have a skewed cortisol rhythm. Many docs will refuse to test in that case, knowing that it USUALLY is a little off.

    Your best bet for checking into cortisol issues would be with a Naturopath. For sure docs who RX Zoloft will stand by their RX as all that is needed. SSRIs can be a good thing, but sometimes more is needed.

    When cortisol is a problem, there is a variety of things that can be done. It all depends on the severity of the problem.

    Best wishes.
  3. hensue

    hensue New Member

    Yes you are right we have always had a visible tremor. I have it my son is a lot worse. Now I see it in my Grandson.
    That makes sense