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Find out how movies and tremors are related

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Tremors. No, not the horror classic from 1990, the medical condition that affects more than ten-million individuals in the United States alone. Take a walk down the halls of any living facility for the elderly, any neurological medical center, or any of the homes of these ten-million diagnosed persons.

The next time you are enjoying an action film, take note at how steady the scene is during a running or fighting shot. The main reason the camera is not shaking during these scene is because the cameraman is using a Steadicam. A "Steadicam is a brand of camera stabilizer mount for motion picture cameras that mechanically isolates it from the operator's movement." According to the creators of the Steadicam, this invention revolutionized the world of film and video.

You may be wondering, how are these two topics are related? Well, it's only taken about thirty years for researchers and inventors to bring these two items together and create Liftware. Much like the creation of the Steadicam, Liftware is a revolutionary type of product that is said to allow the user up to seventy percent of tremor cancellation. Liftware has created cutlery using the technology of the Steadicam to counteract the movements caused by essential tremors. Not only are they convenient, they are also practical. Each item has multiple attachments, a rechargeable battery and a portable, compact and discrete carrying case.

With this information you may be wondering how Liftware can help. Liftware provides more independence to the care takers and those affected with tremors. It gives confidence, stability and a peace of mind to each owner and user. Liftware has already been life changing to so many that they cannot wait to share their story and encourage others to buy. To read testimonials of costumers please click here.

Having a diagnoses of tremors can feel like such a heavy burden. It's completely understandable. Our hands feed us, bathe us, help others, and hold loved ones. Do not let this diagnoses hold you or the person you're taking care of back. Speak to your doctor if you or anyone you are caring for have experienced brain, psychological or head trauma. Many cases of tremors go un-diagnosed for year or never even given.

Do not be afraid to ask for help. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness, it's a sign of courage. It's a sign of wisdom to know when you cannot do everything on your own. Visit your doctors, find a support group and reach out to as many people as you can. In the words of Thomas Jefferson, "Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude."

Be unstoppable.

For more information, please visit the websites below:

About Liftware

An easy read about tremors

An in depth read about tremors

A Short paragraph about how tremors are caused

More about Liftware

A 30 minute video about tremors

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