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Essential Tremor (ET) is one of the most common tremor disorders and is characterized by a postural and/or kinetic tremor. ET can be a progressive disorder. Tremor will typically start on one side of the body but in time both sides will become affected making it a bilateral disease.1 Tremor onset can occur in either older age groups or early in life.2