My daughter is a nurse and has started to notice her hands shake when giving injections. She is a very strong, healthy, optimistic people-person. She loves her job and knows she is making a huge difference with her patients. The hand shaking thing is relatively new and she feels a bit of anxiety at the time. Mostly she works with children and seems to have the reaction when the child (or a super anxious parent) are scared/crying/screaming. . .like she is experiencing their anxiety. She has asked me to help her hack this. Truly it is an odd thing for her. She really is the bravest, strongest woman I know.
About her diet. . . she is my hero when it comes to diet. No sugar, dairy, processed food, alcohol, grains, or meds. She eats organic, exercises well. She has stopped with the coffee bc it seemed to making the shaking worse so I ordered Dave's tea for her to use for her BPC substitute. She really misses coffee (caffeine) and notices brain fog, sluggish feeling when she stopped it. Her life outside of work is very stable and good. It is just this one thing that seems to be tripping her up.
I was wondering if Unfair Advantage would be a good add to her basic supplements (C, D, K2, Cal/mag, Omegas, B complex). Would it help her handle the anxiety and ability to just focus on the job at hand? If not, is there some other supplement that would give her that edge she needs to handle this stress and help her keep her hands from shaking?