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Discussion in 'Support Subforum' started by Harzee, Dec 12, 2022.

  1. Harzee

    Harzee Peer Supporter

    Hello all! I hope you are doing well...I recovered two years ago from many symptoms...most of them neurological in nature. Had every test under the sun...


    In August 2022, I had rectal spasm and I went to the Dr. and he said it was hemorrhoids. It went away and then it felt like a cell phone was ringing in my ankle, then shin...I started down the Google Rabbit Hole and freaked myself out so badly. I was reading about all of the terrible Neurological diseases. Then I couldn't sleep because I my muscles would jerk and freak me out. I kept googling and googling...then my muscles all got tight.

    Now the internal vibrations are all over and my hands shake at times and my arms and legs feel like they are vibrating and my arms feel like I have been carrying weights...

    I have now been to many doctors, but can not get into a Neurologist for 14 months. All the doctors are saying anxiety. I AM SO SCARED...

    TMS? Has anyone experienced tremors internal and external and overcame this? I need your support.

    Thank you!
  2. JanAtheCPA

    JanAtheCPA Beloved Grand Eagle

    Different types of tremors and shakiness are frequently mentioned when people list the TMS symptoms that they no longer experience after they do the work.

    I had alarming episodes of very shaky legs as one of my many symptoms back in 2011. They never happened again after I read Dr Sarno and Claire Weekes and did the emotional work.

    I still have (and have had for many decades) what a neurologist told me was "essential tremor", which I always figured was anxiety (and he agreed). (I was only sent to the neuro after slightly bumping my head when I fainted five summers ago during a heat wave, which they decided was from temporarily low potassium, easily remedied).

    Sounds like you need to do the work again, and relearn your techniques for remaining rational and in control over your TMS brain. And read Claire Weekes. Hope and Help For Your Nerves.

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