I have essential tremors (a “benign” action tremor with no known cause). It is said to be genetic 50% of the time and there is no known cure. After learning that I have GSS G11705T homozygous mutation and doing some further reading I am wondering if this is the cause and if proper supplementation under a practitioner who is knowledgeable could help if this mutation is truly the cause. Is anybody aware of a possible link between essential tremors and GSS G11705T homozygous mutation?
Its a little more complicated than addressing GSS alone. Just a note though; GSS requires magnesium, so make sure that you have it in your supplement regime. GSS also requires ATP (energy from Krebs cycle with depends heavily of Vits B1, B2 and B3). GSS also require the amino acids glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid. You may want to work with a Practitioner as there could also be something going on in your dopamine pathway as well. Cynthia