Tracking Cognitive Changes in People with ET

Dr. Elan Louis, professor and chair of neurology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, discusses the COGNET Study. More than six years ago, this research was started, following hundreds of ET patients to study their cognitive function over a span of time.

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  1. What are some things we can do to effectively track what’s going on with our tremors? What markers should we follow to streamline information, and eliminate the risk of over doing it.

    1. It may help to keep a journal or log of what is happening with your tremors each day. Note when they are better and worse, and log your activity, stress level, caffeine intake, any medications you are taking – anything that may have to do with an increase or decrease in your tremors. This may help you determine your triggers. Everyone’s tremors are different so what increases or lessens yours may not be the same for someone else. Visit with your doctor also to see what he/she recommends.

  2. I have suffered tremors for a long time now
    They put me on the tablets because I have Asma. This is genetic because my mother had Sesaures. My Great Aunty had serculation problems with her both legs at a very young age.
    My daughter been diagnosed with P.O.T.S and other problems.

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