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A 44-year-old female asked about a 64-year-old male:

My father is 64 years old,his hand shake alot,when he hold something?

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Action tremor: Tremors generally speaking increase with age, Usually the type of tremor can be helpful weather the tremor happen at rest or during movement (intention tremor), tremors also can happen with stretching arm or leg against gravity or during action it can be from many causes including benign (essential) tremors, , some medications, anxiety, excess caffeine, medical or neurological conditions
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Aging or Parkinsons: Prescription medications, diseases, injuries, stress, and caffeine can all cause tremors. The most common causes of tremors are: muscle fatigue, ingesting too much caffeine, stress, aging, low blood sugar levels. Medical conditions that can cause tremors include: Parkinson’s disease,multiple sclerosis, alcoholism, hyperthyroidism For more info, refer to: http://www.healthline.com/symptom/tremor
Dr. Frank Kuitems
Internal Medicine 39 years experience
Well : these are called tremor they can be caused by several things medications they come in mouth neurologic disorder or occasionally Parkinson's disease.make a visit to a primary care doctor for specific diagnosis and treatment

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