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Can hand tremors be cured with exercise?

Can hand tremors be cured with exercise?

Not probable: If there is a known cause of tremors and that cause is treatable only then tremors can either be controlled or cured. Exercise has no role in tremors. ...Read more

Alcohol Abuse (Definition)

Alcohol abuse is reoccuring use of alcoholic beverages despite their negative consequences. It results in harm to one's health, interpersonal relationships, or ability to work. Often people who abuse alcohol fail to fulfill their responsibilities and can drink in dangerous situations such as when driving, which gets them into legal difficulties. Alcohol abuse can ...Read more


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I have hand tremors and it gets bad at times. Why am I getting tremors?

I have hand tremors and it gets bad at times. Why am I getting tremors?

Essential tremor: Is when you have uncontrolled tremor in parts of your body. It is known to be familial condition, meaning that it runs in your family. Because there is no cure for the condition the treatment reduces the severity of the tremor. Rec.: see a neurologist for evaluation and management. Good luck. ...Read more

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Have had hand tremors for a few years and don't know why. What could it be?

Have had hand tremors for a few years and don't know why. What could it be?

Don't know: It could just be genetic or parkinsons etc. But your doctor could runs some tests to determine the origin. ...Read more

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What can cause hand tremors and dizziness?

What can cause hand tremors and dizziness?

Tremors: Several things, especially medicatios that cause side effects as these mentioned, ex. Antipsychotic medications. ...Read more

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I have been taking zocor (simvastatin) and I have developed hand tremors?

I have been taking zocor (simvastatin) and I have developed hand tremors?

Zocor/tremors: Tremors are listed as side effect of zocor (simvastatin) thogh it is not that common. You should see your doctor he may find what is causing the tremors. Best is to stop the med and see if your tremors go away, than you know it is because of zocor (simvastatin). ...Read more

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What could lead to my hand tremors and neck pain?

What could lead to my hand tremors and neck pain?

Evaluation: Different things can cause neck pain and hand tremors. The list of possible causes depend on your age, medical conditions, clinical presentation, etc. You need a formal evaluation by a physician. Www. Otwithmd. Com. ...Read more

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What kind of doctor will diagnoses and treat hand tremors?

What kind of doctor will diagnoses and treat hand tremors?

Neurologists: Typically general neurologists can be very helpful. In some cases a movement disorders neurologist is consulted for tough to treat tremors. ...Read more

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Does benztropine help with hand tremors from haldol (haloperidol)?

Does benztropine help with hand tremors from haldol (haloperidol)?

Yes: The better answer is to get onto a medicine that does not cause movement disorders so you do not have to take a second medication to counter side effects of the primary medication. ...Read more

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Intercourse makes my hands and body shake (I already have slight hand tremors 24/7). Is there anyway to stop this?

Tremors and intercourse: Some people respond to intercourse related orgasms in different ways. Your body's response may change over the years. I think that this may be a natural occurrence and may not be related to what sounds like benign tremors. Nevertheless, if this is bothersome to you and your partner, I recommend having a candid conversation with your healthcare provider. ...Read more

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15 year old daughter on pristique for 5wks is complaining of hand tremors. Is it a likely side effect? Will it go with time?

15 year old daughter on pristique for 5wks is complaining of hand tremors. Is it a likely side effect? Will it go with time?

Pristiq (desvenlafaxine): Dose adjustment may alleviate this side effect. Review with the prescribing doc. ...Read more

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When do you think hand tremors of a patient with hyperthyroid will totally diappear? If it normal for us to experience after 2 month of medication?

When do you think hand tremors of a patient with hyperthyroid will totally diappear? If it normal for us to experience after 2 month of medication?

Tremor: If the tremor was caused by the hyperthyroidism, it should improve once the thyroid is controlled on medication. If you are now normal on med and the tremor is still there, it could be something else causing the tremor and not completely thyroid related. ...Read more

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How can I treat hand tremors?

See a Neurologist: Most hand tremors are a benign intention tremor that has no specific treatment but there are other causes of tremors that can be treated. See a neurologist for a full evaluation. ...Read more

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Which herbs cause hand tremors?

None?: I am not aware of any "herbs" causing a hand tremor. Unless you are taking an herbal that has a stimulant in it that may cause some tremor, I just don't know of any. So sorry! ...Read more

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What can be done for hand tremors?

What can be done for hand tremors?

Medication: Several drugs including Inderal (propranolol) and Primidone can help. ...Read more

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How can I calm or stop hand tremors?

There are meds: See your doctor to evaluate the cause of the tremors and then prescribe the appropriate medication to help. You may need to have your thyroid checked. Avoid any stimulant beverages. ...Read more

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Can you advise for really bad hand tremors?

Evaluation: I would recommend seeing a doctor to get a diagnosis as to what is causing the tremors. In the meantime, avoid any stimulant medications or drinks. ...Read more

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Is there a way to cure really bad hand tremors?

Is there a way to cure really bad hand tremors?

Control: If your tremors are due to a medication or hyperthyroidism, this can be reversed fully. If instead you have essential familial tremor, or parkinson's, or a cerebellar tremor, these need specific meds, which will be of definitive value. Most neurologists should be helpful. ...Read more

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What are some possible causes for my hand tremors?

What are some possible causes for my hand tremors?

Hand Tremors: Some are; essential tremors (runs in families), alcoholism, parkinson's disease, liver failure, mercury/arsinic poisoning, lithium & some antidepressants. ...Read more

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I'm curious as to what can you do for hand tremors?

I'm curious as to what can you do for hand tremors?

Most hand tremors: Are "idiopathic" meaning they have no apparent cause. However a hand tremor cam be a symptom of another medical issue. Even many things that are mild and not severe but rather than run through a long list of harmless and not so harmless things, best see your medical provider. ...Read more

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Please help! I have hand tremors and need some help!?

Please help! I have hand tremors and need some help!?

Most hand tremors: Are "idiopathic" meaning they have no apparent cause. However a hand tremor cam be a symptom of another medical issue. Even many things that are mild and not severe but rather than run through a long list of harmless and not so harmless things, best see your medical provider. ...Read more

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What kind of exercise can help stabilize hand tremors?

Play with clay: Molding and manipulation with the fingers may be very helpful. Playing with clay and playing the piano often calm the hands and help with muscle control. Treatment with Inderal (propranolol) has been helpful with some tremor conditions. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Hand tremors?

What is the definition or description of: Hand tremors?

Hand tremors: Hand tremors = involuntary shaking of hands. ...Read more

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What exactly does it mean when you have sudden hand tremors?

Sudden hand: Tremors can be due to the onset of a neurologic problem, a change in metabolism change in medication, and many many other things sometimes things that seems sudden actually come on gradually but I noticed when they start. Most tremors are not harmful however you should talk to your pcp about this and make sure that it doesn't represents something that needs attention. ...Read more

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What causes right hand tremors?

Cervical spondylitis: Asymmetric symptoms in extremities, think anatomical pathology. Nerve compression syndromes--- may be at level of spine or wrist (carpel tunnel). ...Read more

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Can hand tremors affect playing the violin?

Can hand tremors affect playing the violin?

I assume yes: Especially for vibrato. There are many things in the hand that change over time and a 20 year old set of fingers is not the same as an 80 year old set. Arthritis, joint postion, hand strength, sensation, touch, and yes tremor all will affect the way the instrument is played especially for a stringed instrument. ...Read more

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What is the best treatment for hand tremors?

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What is the best treatment for hand tremors?

Hand tremors: This depends on identifying the cause & correcting that, such as thyroid disease, parkinson disease, alcohol or drugs. ...Read more

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