Its taken me over a year to.finally pop up. My husband was diagnosed by a neurologist in July with mild parkinsons, after he developed a tremor 2 yrs ago, after what we thought was due to being on medication for an injury and being on antidepressants, he is 52. As time has gone by he has a tremor one sided in his arm, but not at rest, infact if he holds his arm up in the air it shakes and as he lowers it, the shake stops.if he sits a certain way his arm can tremor,if he moves his arm slightly to another position it stops? He has slowed down, no left arm swing, balance is not great , and very fatigued. The neurologist was a private one due to covid we have not seen his NHS one for over a year from first meeting. He had an mri ruled everything else out. He is on coq10 , b12s and vit D. He is adamant he doesn’t want any meds.its a real scary time, its the unknown! before diagnosis I was pretty much in tears most days ,I am quite a strong character, but struggling. He still doesn’t really believe he has it. He knows he has symptoms, but I think he is like a rabbit in the headlights and finding it hard. He’s always been the strong guy the rock and confident of everyone. He is scared I think of losing himself, and relying on people, of which he has never done. He is a fit guy, walks about 4 miles a day anyway, but struggling…any advice?