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Why Does My Hand Shake It Has My Whole Life And Iam 25
Essential tremor: Essential tremor or familial tremor is defined as involuntary rhythmic and oscillatory movements not resulting from other disease or medication. It can start at any age and can be benign or sometimes progress to more serious things. It is typically treated with beta blockers or anti-convulsents. This is definitely worth seeing your doc about so that it can be treated and monitored. ...Read more
Weakness in both arms in and hurts
Right arm sometimes radiates down to hand & fingers and will have to shake hand hard to feel life in it again.
Weak & Pain in Arms: Progressive weakness of your limbs should be examined in person with further work up. Need to look and see what is causing your cervical (neck) nerves to manifest these symptoms. Sounds like you might be dealing with some neck pathology at the C5/6, C6/7, and C7/T1 levels. ...Read more
I have had fibromyalgia most of my life I am now 48 recently I started having tremors in my hands and my legs shake at certain times when I get down to pick something up I have difficulty standing back up I have to hang on to something my new knees are we
Why does my hand shake a little when I hold it up parallel to the floor? Its not aggressive or violent, its just minor but still
No worries: I would not give this a second thought. Probably nothing to worry about in an18 year old ...Read more
Tremor: Several reasons for shaking, and your brief description may be consistent with heredofamilial essential tremor, but could possess hyperthyroidism, or medication reaction. Parkinson's and Wilson's both have specific tremors, and all of the above could be considered. A neurologist will sort out, and guide therapy decisions. ...Read more
A neurological: Evaluation should help to clarify this.Get a more detailed answer ›
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
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
Essential tremor: This maybe part of an essential aka familial aka intention tremor. These are not serious but tend to run in families. They usually are seen most in hands when trying to lift things, are made worse by caffeine, stimulants and anxiety. If concerned consult a neurologist. ...Read more
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
Yes: Yes, they can so observe if your doctor washes his hands but also you should practice good hygiene. Wash your hands frequently. Be cognizant of not touching your face, cuts/bruises, eyes, or mouth with your hands unless you've washed them with soap and water first. Hand gels are ok if no water but gels are an inferior method since they can't kill as many serious germs as washing. ...Read more
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