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Frequent Body Tremor
Several causes: Tremors have many possible causes. These include neurological conditions such as essential tremor and parkinson disease, but also other causes such as sleep deprivation, excessive caffeine, and anxiety. Discuss your symptoms with a doctor; neurologists who are movement disorders specialists have the most expertise in tremor. ...Read more
Shaking Hands Or Tremor (Definition)
Shaky hands is a symptom in a person's hand or hands has a tremor (shakiness or small back and forth movements). Shakiness can be present at rest, all the time, or only when the person is trying to use his hands. Causes include, brain problems, nerve problems, muscle problems, medicine effects, drug abuse, etc. ...Read more
Muscle activity: Muscle contractions and relaxations, on a very small scale, can feel like vibrations and tremors. Nerves, nerve signals, neurotransmitter chemicals, adrenalin, hormones, medications, etc... May plan a role in making muscles go into tremors or vibrations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Somatic Symptoms: The brain is a fascinating organ capable of self-awareness, spirituality, imagination, and the ability to learn. It is so powerful that it can take an emotional state and create real somatic or physical sensations. The butterflies in your stomach or tremor in your hand when anxious, heavy sluggish muscles when depressed are a few examples. But that same brain can be used in therapy to get better. ...Read more
I have suffered from depeession for almost 4 years and have now started getting body tremors and weakness?
Possibilities: Tremors and weakness could be side effects of your anti-depressants or your immune system may be getting weaker. Have a thorough blood test including thyroid function . Consider seeing a neurologist. Get enough rest and sleep bec. It will alleviate some of your symptoms. Go follow up with a psychiatrist that you trust. Take care! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When you suspect a person in the beginning of alzhimers do they have have body tremors or convotions alzhimers
Alzheimer's : Alzheimer's is a disease of dementia. These people do not shake. They do not have convulsions in the early stages of the disease. However, in later stages they may have seizures. However, parkinson's disease can mimic dementia. These patient have tremors but not convulsions. ...Read more
I've been experiencing pain in one side of the body and very light tremors, also some pain in the head. Can you help me?
Many possibilities: Tremors can be neurological, hormonal, or anxiety driven. A full assessment with a primary care physician is needed. The doctor needs to evaluate the type of tremor, when it happens, what parts of the body are affected, and if there are any other symptoms of movement disorders. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Zinc level: I would look for other causes such as an overactive thyroid, anxiety, calcium or magnesium deficiencies,toxic substances,withdrawal from certain medications or other substances. Your physician should evaluate you and he/she will order the appropriate tests and, if deemed advisable, refer you to the proper specialists. ...Read more
Probably not direct: Genuine schizophrenia does not usually cause "weird body tremors." but, some of the antipsychotic medications used to treat this illness might cause movement disorders both acutely and long-term. Also, if the diagnosis of "schizophrenia" is mistaken, & the person actually has something else like various types of delirium (including from drug intoxication & withdrawal) then tremors could happen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You've got a couple: things going on. You're on insulin, so I'm presuming you are diabetic. DKA can cause hypovolemic hypotension. If you are on dialysis & they take a large volume of fluid from you, you can have a major drop in BP - but the HD techs are supposed to be checking you for that. CKD can cause hyperkalemia (potassium too high) which will absolutely cause weakness & tremors, w/ case reports of hypotension. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tremors with panic: As long it was not a seizure, there is probably no danger per se. Shaking & trembling is common in panic attacks. A well validated treatment 4 panic attacks is exposure therapy, where, w/ therapist's help, u intentionally bring on the physical symptoms of panic, alternating w/ relaxation techniques. Over time you can feel the initial sensations of what would have become a pa but not have one. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is involved for a full endocrinology work up for a 27 yr old male with ongoing body tremors and lightheadedness?
I have full body tremors and lately my head has been violently shaking and I have little control over it. What to do?
Seizure?: It is certainly possible that you may be experiencing involuntary body movements from a seizure disorder. If there is a family history and or if you are noticing this to be worse after sleep deprivation, then a possibility is called Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy or JME. The movements can be jerky and associated with extreme clumsiness. Another possibility is tremor alone usually controlled. ...Read more
How would a nerve problem in your head be diagnosed? Get pinching on left side of head all the time and have body tremors.
Tremors /body: These symptoms require a physical examination by your doctor. There are many possibilties as to the cause. ...Read more