Benign Essential Tremor (BET) is a neurological disorder that is estimated to affect millions of people worldwide. The condition is characterized by involuntary, rhythmic shaking of parts of the body, most commonly the hands and/or head. This can cause a variety of symptoms, ranging from mild shaking to severe trembling that affects daily tasks. The exact causes of BET are not fully understood, but research suggests that it may be due to abnormalities in certain areas of the brain. While there is no cure for BET, there are various treatment options available to manage symptoms.