I too tend to stumble around in the dark and have been known to bounce off the odd wall even with night lights. I often wake my dear hubby up in the middle of the night with my thumping around. My legs almost feel like stumps and have a mind of their own in the dark. When I saw my specialist last summer he had me stand with my eyes closed and my arms out in front of me so he and his colleagues could see my tremor. Needless to say I didn't last long in the standing position before I was trying to grab on to something which happened to be a doctor. They all agreed I had a tremor....duh....I could have told them that without having to go there and spend a few hours being questioned and then made to perform. I guess we have to do things like that in the name of science. I was only the second patient they had seen with OT at the balance disorder clinic at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C. I think their main focus for research is for patients with MS and Parkinsons. I only go to see them about every 3 years as I really don't think there is anything they can do for me at the moment. I get more info from this web site than I do them. I am not on any meds and feel pretty good even though at times I feel my tremor is getting decidedly worse. I just get on with my life as it is and enjoy reading all the posts on the site. My family doctor has told me if I need to see anyone else to just let him know but for now I am hanging in there.
Take care everyone and enjoy the summer.