Awareness

At Essential Tremor Products, we not only provide a comprehensive guide to resources like home goods and medical equipment for those suffering from essential tremor, but also offer a line of products that include things like t-shirts and bracelets geared toward raising awareness.

By bringing more attention to essential tremor, we hope to open up conversations about the hardships of the condition and ways people are coping, as well as encourage additional research and funding for a cure. While there are a number of medicines and treatments that can help alleviate some of the struggles and symptoms caused by the condition, a definitive cure has not yet been discovered. With roughly 10 million Americans and 74 million people worldwide suffering from essential tremor, there’s never been a more prudent time to find ways to help this population and it starts with shedding more light on a relatively under-the-radar condition.

Even though essential tremor is the most common neurological movement disorder, it lacks the name familiarity that other less common disorders have — such as Parkinson’s Disease. By offering clothing and accessories that bring attention to ET, the team at Essential Tremor Products hopes to start more conversations about the condition and encourage people to take action — like donating to the cause and finding a cure.

Our essential tremor awareness products are available in a variety of styles and colors, each with an emphasis on style and comfort. Through our line, we hope to provide those with essential tremor and their loved ones with an accessible way to bring awareness to the condition.

If you have any questions or comments about our featured products — or suggestions on what other essential tremor awareness products you’d like to see — don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re always open to partnerships with brands, companies, and consumers that have ideas or designs that could help us bring further attention to essential tremor.

A PORTION OF ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE INTERNATIONAL ESSENTIAL TREMOR FOUNDATION