I am 53 years old, male, I do not smoke or drink, I find my self shaking more and more, I seam to shake the most at night when I wake up to roll over or turn my pillow over, I find my arms and hand shaking at times and not in control, I drop things more then I should, my ame of reach is off i often hit the item that I am reaching for, my shoulders seam to shake inside ( a feeling ) this dose not happen all of the time, don't seam to have leg problems and my hands seam to be ok, I have had a MRI of the brain and tested very OK, Doc said I donot have Parkinson's Disease, but I know that there is something wrong, I also know that Parkinson is very hard to find, please help me understand this, Doc said, some people just shake when they get older, is this you?
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