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Tremor is one of three main symptoms most commonly associated with Parkinson’s, but not everyone with the condition will experience tremor.
Your heart beats to pump blood around your body. One of the functions of blood is to carry oxygen from the lungs to other organs, including your brain.
Parkinsonism is the umbrella term given to a group of conditions that feature Parkinson’s-type symptoms: tremor, stiffness of muscles and slowness of movement (bradykinesia).
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Everyone’s experience is different but for some people, receiving a diagnosis of Parkinson’s is almost a relief as they finally have a reason for the symptoms they have been experiencing.
Essential Tremor (ET) is a relatively common condition that results in trembling in the hands or arms, which in some cases can subsequently spread to cause tremor of the head, legs, trunk or voice.
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