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Posted by Dena on October 30, 2000 at 16:31:12:

Miraclulous relief from shaking/anxiety attacks and even pain.....
Here is something that will amaze you! Drink even a sip of milk and the shaking should go away. Instant relief...Also a regular dose of magnesium will stop it if you feel it coming on a regular basis. I was misdiagnosed as hypoglycemic after being in insulin shock for 2 months...no muscular control as far as constant shaking, waking in the night with anxiety attacks,....shaking/sweating uncontrollably, anxiety attacks (which in reality were insulin/adrenaline bursts)....headaches, muscle and body aches...no sense of balance....and comatose much of the time after that much time went by. An endocrinologist told me to eat sugar...that made it worse! A neighbor who was a chiropractor adjusted my back one day when I had a kidney stone, thinking it was a pinched nerve in my back. Nope, it was a kidney stone, BUT the adjustment unpinched the nerve that was making my pancreas react and release too much insulin. By that time, I had figured out by reading, that magnesium relaxes muscles and stops shaking....one night after i had started getting better and had spells of feeling better, i started shaking again. A neighbor was over who had experience with drug overdoses, and I was out of magnesium but close to going into diabetic shock...so he advised that I drink milk...which i did within what seemed like seconds before i would be unconscious...and within 5 minutes i was fine. I dont know the magic in it, but the luck i had to find out a pinched nerve caused the whole thing....and that milk would stop the shaking and anxiety attack....was a miracle that has made my life normal again! Prior to the hypoglycemia diagnosis, I had much unexplained pain for many years, and was told it was all in my head. It all added up to fibro...and I advise looking into what I say in order to make your life bearable, and even normal. You may be as pleasantly surprised as I was! Life can be good again! I wish you all the best!


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