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Why Do I Shake When I Am Mad Or Afraid
It's like adrenaline: When we're afraid or mad, we release hormones like adrenaline. That causes our heart to race, our pupils to get bigger, our reflexes to get faster and sometimes our body to shake. If your anger or fear affect your life in significant ways, you may want to seek a consultation from a mental health professional. Hope this answer helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Strange as it may : Seem, this is because of lousy diet. Your emotional reflexes are controlled by a part of the brain called the limbic system and this has become irritable and exaggerates the anger. It is very dangerous because it may be associated with violence. You need to get rid of sugar and sweeteners and get supplements of b complex, magnesium and a multivitamin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well lately I have been getting mad because of my personal problems. When I get mad I shake bad and a lot and I breath hard. Why?
Adrenaline (epi): We release certain chemicals such as epinephrine and nor-epinephrine when we get mad or even experience "fear" of a situation. these chemicals are responsible for increased heart rate, muscle tension,pupils dilating, etc. and all the responses for getting you ready to "fight." This is not uncommon. You may have a mild anxiety issue as well. If problematic, see your Dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is teatment for jerk? I shake my head when ever i was in tensed sometimes i bite my tongue...Im feeling afraid about this.Is this serious disease
Maybe: Sudden jerking and biting of the tongue can be from an underlying or untreated seizure condition. I urge you to seek help from a neurologist who can determine what condition is creating these symptoms. Don't be afraid, take courage to find out what it is and how it could be helped. Best regards! ...Read more
My hands will uncontrollably shake randomly. This will last for hours at a time. I have been going through something that would scare most people, but i'm not afraid and it doesn't happen when that stressor is going on, its honestly random. It happens m
Sometimes we have: delayed reactions to stress. (Post traumatic Stress Syndrome is an extreme example of this following war or other traumatic events) When the stressor is occurring, we are strong and keep it together only to fall apart later when the danger has subsided. This may be what is happening for you. Consider talking to a psychologist and process the stressful event or issues. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It's not uncommon.: Normal is not my choice of word, but it probably is a normal part of an anger reaction that is fairly strong. It's an indication of how integrated your feeling is. Your thinking part is mad and you physical part is in sync. For some that is rare and it can be a problem. Your response is not bad - unless it happens too often. Only you can decide how much that can be. Best! ...Read more
Is it normal to feel afraid to see a spider when i see one i cry and i shake i sweat i scream i feel likeif is gona jump on me what could it be?
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
When i ask my professors or answer oral questions my heartbeat increase and my hands shake. I diagnosed with gad but i'm afraid it's sth else!
My hands shake randomly when I'm mad or nervous I can make it stop by moving my other hand or a finger is this normal and what's going on?
Hands shake: You don't give your age or list any medications, but would suggest you see pcp for exam to rule out medical factors that may contribute to your hands shaking. Typically during panic attacks there are few outwardly visible physical symptoms. For eg, hyperventilating is common, but shaking hands (? a tremor) is not and deserves a closer look to assess. I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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