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Old 3rd March 2013, 02:48 PM   #2771
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That is my point, you are resting on the elbows, try and make something as simple as two thick books to rest your wrist on and see if this doesn't diminish the movement at your hands. As qusp pointed out this is a common trick in photography to lesson shaking of a camera and getting a blurry picture. It sounds like you could use a trip down to the Emerald Triangle in Mendocino County for your meds! I have a cousin who has suffered through Crohn's disease for many years and the medications given for that are not very nice, the side effects can be almost as bad as the primary disease. To many steroids and other nasty meds, if your natural remedy works I am all for that.
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It sounds like you could use a trip down to the Emerald Triangle in Mendocino County for your meds!
Thx for the advise, we have BC as well :-) It is as simple as a seed!! +NPK +CO2 + H2O +photons, I like life to be as simple as you can make it.
I take some Pentasa for the guts as well. I tried Immuran, at the advise of new GI doc and after surgery this past summer. After a month on Immuran my pancreas acted up, so I took myself off them, Okay back to electronics discussion.
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For folks suffering from Parkinson/Alzheimer, there are lots of aids & ricks available to help with that.
e.g. think a weighted wristband.

(my g/f and I set up a company to develop that kind of s...t, both mechanical and OFF - Electrica Salsa - YouTube )
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Old 3rd March 2013, 05:01 PM   #2774
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Jacco,
I developed a design for an ergonomic wrist wrest keyboard platform with adjustable height and angle. Worked great and then I sold the tooling to one of my clients, one of the stupid things I have done in the past, He is now rich and I am still not.
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All things relative, speaking of, I had the opportunity to talk to Billy-Bob Gates III when he did his 1st global university speech tour in the '90s.
Now even richer, and I'm still not at his level back then.

(not about becoming rich. some folks' every-day quality of life can be greatly enhanced, by making aids available that combine functionality & practicality at bottom cost. either it's not there, or at a rate for the happy few)
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Not being in the USA, I guess that either Holland or Reperbahn in Germany is the place to go instead I am just a normal guy and do not know much about the drug market....my beta blockers for high blood pressure surely helps a bit

Thanks for the tips, guys!
I will try that book-thing.


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Thx for the advise, we have BC as well :-) It is as simple as a seed!! +NPK +CO2 + H2O +photons, I like life to be as simple as you can make it.
I take some Pentasa for the guts as well. I tried Immuran, at the advise of new GI doc and after surgery this past summer. After a month on Immuran my pancreas acted up, so I took myself off them, Okay back to electronics discussion.
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For folks suffering from Parkinson/Alzheimer, there are lots of aids & ricks available to help with that.
e.g. think a weighted wristband.

(my g/f and I set up a company to develop that kind of s...t, both mechanical and OFF - Electrica Salsa - YouTube )
Hahahaaa that link is great! I'm-a post it....

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Electrica Salsa
Ever heard of surgically implanted Baclofen pumps, connected through a catheter to the spinal cavity ?
Seeing is believing, turns spasticity into (day)walkers.

(injection rate of the pump can be adjusted from the exterior)
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Ever heard of surgically implanted Baclofen pumps, connected through a catheter to the spinal cavity ?
Not until now.
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