What treatments are there for hand tremors?

Medications. Depending on the cause of tremors appropriate medication could be very helpful.
Meds or surgery. The first line treatments for "essential" tremor include propanolol and primidone. These medications reduce the symptoms to the point that the patient is better able to function but they are not curative. In some cases, the tremor progresses to a point where the medications do not provide much help, and there are brain surgeries that may be considered at that point.

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What is the best treatment for hand tremors?

Hand tremors. This depends on identifying the cause & correcting that, such as thyroid disease, parkinson disease, alcohol or drugs. Read more...

Is hyperbaric oxygen treatment is really an effective treatment for stroke problems such as hand tremors?

Hyperbaric treatment. The literature on the use of hyperbaric oxygen for strokes is not conclusive about whether it helps. This is not one of the indications that medicare reimburses facilities or physicians for either. This usually means considerable out of pocket costs for those patients. Read more...
Yes. We've treated stroke patients for over 10 years, and the results are typically very good. It's difficult to predict which symptoms will be helped by how much and how quickly, but the benefits are usually well worth it. Read more...
No. Some people will tell you yes, so far no proof it is being studied for strokes in general. Read more...

What are potential reasons for my hand tremors?

Tremor. Most tremor is benign, not harmful but talk to your pcp as there are many different types of tremor. Carpal tunnel an other isolated peripheral nerve issues are not typically the cause of tremor but may co exist with it. Diet, medications, neurolgical issues, endocrine or hormonal imbalance. The list is so long that one really needs to sit down with a pcp to investigate . Read more...

What are the possible reasons I keep having these hand tremors?

Many possibilites. At your age, benign (not a disease) tremor which is inherited can start. It is more apparent when you focus on a task, and disappears when you rest or relax. Tremor occurs with some medicines, toxic exposures, alcohol use and withdrawal, fatigue of small muscles and electrolyte imbalance. A simple examination of your nervous system and some blood tests is in order. Read more...