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What Could Cause My Hands To Shake Constantly Every Day
Multiple causes: There are multiple causes for tremor, ranging from anxiety to parkinson's disease to essential tremor to ataxia (a disorder of coordination). A neurologist can help determine the type of tremor you have, as well as what kind of treatment is most likely to help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After every meal i feel very dizzy n weak hands shake every day for 2 month random glucose norm insulin level low doc said viral infection what is it?
Hypoglycemia: Shaking of the hands after meals can be due to various reasons u are wondering if it is due to low blood sugar in order to rule that out u should have your blood sugar checked at time of shaking on a few occasion if below 60 it suggests low sugar and then u ned's an oral glucose tolerance test u doctor who knows u well is the ultimate judge. ...Read more
Could the medicines I have to take cause my hands to shake and me to drop things all the time or is something else going on now?
Could be med: Many meds have side effects of tremors, including depakote, amphetamines, ritalin, (methylphenidate) etc., but high thyroid fcntn and hereditary essential tremors do occur not infrequently. On occasion, underlying problems in brain and spinal cord could be a culprit. Not a bad idea to get examined, obtain updated blood tests, and perhaps modify current meds if this is an answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Essential tremor: In young individuals mild tremor of the hand, neck or lips is often seen a s a benign condition called essential tremors. Other conditions are more serious. A good history and physical exam will usually determine if further investigations are indicated. See your pcp. It can be easily treated. ...Read more
When I wake up in a morning I'm always really shakey I've notice my hands shake a lot and then after abit it stops. What could be the cause?
A neurological: Evaluation should help to clarify this.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hand tremble: The most common reason is "benign essential tremor". It usually happens as you get older and can worsen as you get older. There is a strong genetic disposition. It occurs most when a person is "intentionally" doing something like writing or pointing. It can be helped by medicines such as "b-blockers". Of course, always talk to your doctor about your symptoms to make a definitive diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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