Good Morning machelle
Hugs to you my friend and I am sorry things are looking so low for you right now.
I am wondering if you are on a med for you essential tremors. I have this same condition and it is a familial disorder in my family. I use Inderal which helps me.
Beta blockers. Normally used to treat high blood pressure, beta blockers — such as propranolol (Inderal), atenolol, metoprolol and nadolol — help relieve tremors in some people. Anti-seizure medications. Epilepsy drugs — including primidone (Mysoline), gabapentin (Neurontin) and topiramate (Topamax) — may be effective in people who don't respond to beta blockers. Tranquilizers. Doctors sometimes use drugs such as diazepam (Valium) and alprazolam (Xanax) to treat people whose tremors are made much worse by tension or anxiety.
I also have the Valium for increased anxiety which I am sure you know aggrevates our tremor.
I would like you to take time just for you today and just do something you enjoy, sit in the sun and let it's rays warm your soul machelle, you will be surprised how something simple can stop the racing thoughts and anxiety at least for a short time.
Big Breath and know I am here for you.
Mg++ supplement is a good idea and your right, B12 injections are absorbed better especially with people that have had any small bowel surgery.
I am sending you tons of good luck to help your husband find a job. You have my prayers sweetie. Hang in there.