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Does My Hand Shaking Have Anything To Do With My Nervous System
Probably: Shaking of hands is pretty much the result of the activity of muscles. There could possibly be a muscular imbalance, but most likely it is the activity of the nerves that supply those muscles that is responsible for the shaking. The shaking might be seen to disappear when you deeply relax. If so, it probably partly due to stress and anxiety. See an appropriate health professional soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Carpal T Syndrome is: More likely your dx, as its a very common problem. Use a wrist brace throughout the day and night would help considerably in improving your symptoms. Its recommended for night time mostly, but i advise it through the day as well, as one can do most activities with it, except some. If not improving consult your pcp or an orthopod. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi I'm not sick but my hands keep shaking sometimes my feet shakes with my hands what do I have it happens a lot and it worsens when I get nervous?
I'm going to school to become an ma and my problem is my hands won't stop shaking when i draw blood, i'm not nervous or anything. What should I do?
Talk to your Dr: Essential tremors can sometimes be improved with medication--your dr or a neurologist should be able to help determine what may most likely help you in your situation. In the mean time, try bracing / resting your hand on something--the patient, the counter, etc, to see if that helps reduce the tremor. ...Read more
When i straighten my hand my fingers shake an can feel twitching? Feel it in my feet also? I'm do worried please help
Shaking : The best way to clarify this is to see your physician. I understand your concern and it may be nothing major at all. ...Read more
What does it mean if i hold something with my hands my fingers and hands start to go numb. Sometimes my hands move like twitch on there own?
I'm wondering why can I feel my heart beat in my head and hear it? Does it have anything to do with headaches?
When i run my arms n legs turns numb and heavy which makes breathing even harder. What cause that? Poor circulation? What do I need to do? Call my pcp
Yes to see your PCP: But most likely you are just a normal person, who has recently started to run/exercise. The symptoms you mentioned are normal in that scenario. Your circulation is normal. As you continue and develop stamina, all these symptoms would reduce considerably. Though do check with your pcp to ensure you are healthy and get some baseline labs. ...Read more
Unclear: If you're talking about type one diabetes, the one when your body makes no insulin, then what probably happened was your immune system was exposed to something (maybe a virus) that looked to it like the cells in your pancreas. It then started mistakenly treating those pancreatic cells like an illness it needed to get rid of. Type 2 is something else entirely. Bottom line: you didn't cause it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hot nerves: Do you mean all over or just your hands. Lets talk more to see what is going on. ...Read more
I've nervous tick for a long time and move my head or other part of my body .I would like to know that what can I do till i can solve my problem?
I am having a problem with my hands being so hot to the touch, and causing my body temp to go way up. I have dysautonomia, and heart problems.
Please repost: Your post presents problems. Why should hot hands cause your temp to go up? Skin warmth is caused by dilation of skin capillaries allowing heat to be conducted from your body to the air. This should make your temp go DOWN, not up. What IS your actual body temp? You need to measure it with a thermometer in the AM, late afternoon, at bedtime, & when your hands get hot, daily for at least a week. ...Read more
What could be the cause of my shaking hands? My dads hands shake too and he is a smoker but I am not and they get worse when i'm mad or nervous.
Tremors: Is shaking only when hands are in motion or even at rest?. Several causes exist, such as essential tremors, drug-induced, parkinson's, systemic disease, psychogenic (such as stress or lack of sleep), fatigue, too much coffee, low blood sugar, overactive thyroid. Worth getting evaluated to rule out medical causes. Most likely, yours is essential tremor & can be effectively treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Weak: You don't provide enough information to speculate. Do you have CHF or are you just mentioning it in the question? How bad is your BP and what meds do you take? What is your other medical history? ...Read more
I take risperdal and my trunk and hands sometime shake. how do I know if it is a tremor or a siezure? Can tremor make you feel sick to your stomach?
Mental status: What typically distinguishes tremors induced by medication from a seizure induced as you describe is the fact that in many cases seizures cause people's mental status to become confused, blunted, even pass out. Tremors as side effects do not. Also, the way the tremor looks is different in risperdal induced tremor vs. a seizure which is usually a very rhythmic and symmetric appearing entity. ...Read more
Possible neuropathy: Depending on the affected nerves, symptoms of diabetic neuropathy can range from a numbness and tingling sensation, possibly a burning sensation, to an uncomfortable painful sensation of the extremities. Neuropathy may affect your digestive system, urinary tract, blood vessels and the heart. For some people, the symptoms are mild; for others, it can be painful and disabling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why does my feet get numb when i sit in bad positions?I am currently over weight is this the cause or does it have anything to do with bad circulation
I have a fear of vomiting so I compulsively wash my hands and disinfect my house. Will this negatively affect my immune system in the future?
Sometimes when i get really cold i get goosebumps and chills and I have a motor tic in my neck and shoulder? Don't know much about it any help?
Tics: Tics are involuntary motor movements. You do not have conscious control over them. Your can a lot of energy trying to supress them for a while, but they will eventually return. Tics may go into remission for a long time. Stress, anxiety and many other factors cill trigger a tic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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