If you experience rhythmic shaking in any region of your body, you may be experiencing a tremor. This occurrence is involuntary, meaning that its occurrence is beyond your will. Muscle contractions are the cause of this trembling.
There are several potential causes of tremors:
- Muscle fatigue
- Drinking excessive amounts of coffee
- Decreased glucose levels in the blood
- Medically prescribed drugs
There are a lot of medical conditions that could bring on tremors.
- Brain damage from an accident
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis (ms)
- Alcohol abuse
Some of the signs of tremor include:
Trembling of one’s limbs or entire body to a steady rhythm
Difficulties with fine motor skills, such as writing or sketching, or with using common kitchen tools
- Lab tests
- Neurological tests
- Physical exam
You might be able to put an end to your tremors by simply treating the underlying issue that’s causing them.
A few of the potential treatments are:
- Physical therapy
- Deep brain stimulation (DBS)