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Trembling In Middle Of Night
What does it mean if you wake up at night feeling different parts of your body vibrating/trembling/shaking?
What can cause feeling of shaking/trembling internally? I do have anxiety issues. This only happens at night.
Every 6 weeks approx at night suden onset of fever chills and violent trembling with mild nausuea for about 3 hours any idea?
Night Chills: This webmd article will get you started: http://symptomchecker. Webmd. Com/multiple-symptoms? Symptoms=body-aches-or-pains%7cchills%7cfever%7cnight-sweats&symptomids=43%7c51%7c102%7c337&locations=66%7c66%7c66%7c66. Certain viral and other infectious diseases as well as sarcoidosis are high on the list. I would immediately schedule an appointment with a doctor to get a thorough work up. ...Read more
Sometimes, mostly when I'm laying down in bed for the night, my whole body feels like its trembling inside especially in my legs. What could this be?
Perhaps restless leg: Many different problems can disrupt sleep, and restless leg syndrome is very common. You may find relief when you get out of bed and walk around. Other pts may well experience slight limb or trunk jerks, which are benign myoclonic events. There are solutions to sleep disorders, and Dopamine agonists at bedtime may restore normal sleep. ...Read more
I have MS. Since late last night, my right leg is trembling/shaking uncontrollably. What can I do for it?
I repeat myself....: If this is the first occurrence of such a thing, please get yourself to your neurologist. If this is a recurrence, please get yourself to your neurologist. Unless there is a treatment plan in place, get yourself to your neurologist. Tremors are tough to beat, but you can if you get together with your doctor earlier rather than later. Not an emergency, but serious enough to attend to soon. ...Read more
I accidentally stepped on a nail. I had trembling. At first my feet had no pain. The night the same day I felt pain. I can't move my feet it aches.?
Maybe: It's always wise to really rule out medical causes first since treating those could be important and/or simple. If there are no findings, I'd ask for a Psychologist referral for an evaluation. Just a Rx will miss the benefits of learning better ways to manage life and a professional Dx is important - they'll refer if you need pills. Step-by-step, you'll find answers. ...Read more
Trembling lips: There are multiple medical conditions than can cause this. The diagnosis would depend on the age, duration, severity and associated meds and conditions. This can be seen in Parkinson's, hypothermia, panic attack, pallatal myoclonus, excessive stimulant medications and drugs such as pheteramine, caffeine, and occasionally facial myokemia or hemifacial spasms, and of course seizures ...Read more
Physical exertion: Sex can be very physically demanding. Lots of large muscles can be involved. Prolonged sexual activity can lead to over use and fatigue of the muscles which can lead to trembling and wobbling when you try to walk. Drinking fluids and resting usually resolves the problem. If not, call your doc! ...Read more
Too vague: What is your nervous disorder and what is the facial problem Cannot make a comment re your question as it stands ...Read more
See your doctor: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
Tremor: Facial tremors could be due to a number of reasons. Too much caffeine, essential tremor or enhanced physiologic tremors, medication side effect, facial myokymia due to brainstem demyelinating disorder, early stages of a facial nerve injury or palsy. If prominent and persistent or if associated with facial weakness then consider medical evaluation. Hope you feel well soon. ...Read more
Inderol: Inderol 10mg will help.Get a more detailed answer ›
See Neurologist: There are many causes of tremor involving abnormalities of nerve and/or muscle. These include multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, stroke, electrolyte abnormalities from kidney disease, and alcohol withdrawal. Other causes include amphetamine abuse, hypoglycemia, thyroid problems, etc. More benign causes may include excess caffeine, lack of sleep, stress, and lack of vitamins. ...Read more
Cause?: It depends on the cause of the trembling. Pt/ot probably won't do much to improve tremors that are from a systemic neurologic condition (one that affects your whole body). However, if you have weakness from a recent injury, some strengthening exercises could help. Your primary care doctor, or one who knows all of your diagnoses, can help. Good luck! ...Read more
Not Typical: Food allergies are typically an immediate reaction minutes to a half hour after ingestion of concerning food with symptoms ranging anywhere from hives, wheezing, itching, shortness of breath, wheezing, vomiting, or syncope (fainting). Trembling is not usually associated with a food allergy, but if you are concerned skin or blood testing by allergist will sort out your issues. ...Read more