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Why Is My Head Shaking Involuntarily
Various reasons: Odd movements in young children can be due to several things - may just enjoy the sensation to something more concerning. Video the behavior and make appointment with your Pediatrician to review your concerns and to have a good exam to make sure it's not a symptom of something needing more attention. ...Read more
Fasciculations...: Are usually harmless twitches which can occur in any skeletal muscle in the body. There are several pathological conditions associated with these spasms which are usually accompanied by abnormalities on neurological examination and/or on a special test called electromyogram (emg). See a doctor if your symptoms are bothersome or are of concern to you. ...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
R/O SLEEP DISORDER: There are many underlying sleep disorders and many variants of Restless Legs and body syndrome. You need a full exam and lab studies. Keep a sleep diary and discuss the issues with your doctor. They can prefer a PSG Polysomnogram sleep study to evaluate . If normal you may need an EEG to R/O a seizure focus. ...Read more
Arm shaking: Shaking or tremors can be due to many things, not always serious. Any abnormal movement needs an complete and thorough evaluation by a neurologist. The type of movement, muscles involved and many other factors need to be studied - its best to be seen. You will be able to get a better handle on that shaking this way. ...Read more
What causes muscles to jerk involentarily? My neck, arms, stomache, legs contract. Not painfull. When I am awake and falling asleep.
See your doc: There can be multiple reasons . Best to see your doc for evaluation. ...Read more
Tremors: It is quite likely that your resting tremor is related to brain issues, and there may be a problem in the "basal ganglia". How this all plays out is unclear based on your info, but suggest you see a neurologist and find out why this has developed (?Parkinson's?), and get under control. ...Read more
Sometimes i feel like my brain is shaking in my head. Or maybe my head itself shakes. Feels like my eyes are shaking too. Just a little tho?
Was asleep and whole body shaking stiff jaw clenched i was asleep partner woke me up head feels tingly and i don't feel right and tired what is this?
Possible seizure : You can have a seizure while sleeping and your description of symptoms is consistent with a seizure and the confused " postictal' state after having one. It could also be a panic attack waking you up in the middle of the night but you need to see your provider and rule out seizures before assuming it is a panic attack. ...Read more
I continously shake my leg while sitting... Sometimes my fingers tremble when i m very nervous... What is this?
Why are my hands shaking? My husband noticed that when I am holding my fork between bites at meals, that my right hand is shaking.
Essential tremor: Tremor of hands can be physiologic, meaning a normal body reaction, to stress, anxiety, exhaustion, or caffeine. Alcohol withdrawal can do that. There are medical conditions that can cause tremor, including essential tremor, hyperthyroidism, or various neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis and parkinson's disease. Rhythmic shaking while holding utensils are likely essential tremor. ...Read more
Why did my hands twist sideways and back towards my arms involuntarily when i was having my heart attack?
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