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My is Husband is 40 and has essential tremors bad in his hands so bad he is off work and potentially going on dissablity. He has also been very depressed,sleeping alot and lack of appetite. He is taking effexor and clonzepam. He has had the tremors his whole entire life and every few years he gets withdrawn with stress from work and gets very depressed and can't work but this time is the worst case. Is there any surgery to try to fix the tremors? My son now has the tremors too in his hands and is currently taking propranol. My husband is also being tested for celiac disease it runs in his family too. I really need help.Lynn
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