What causes right hand tremors?

Tremor. Most tremor is benign, meaningless but talk to your pcp as there are many different types of tremor. Carpal tunnel an other isolated peripheral nerve issues are not typically the cause of tremor but may co exist with it.
Cervical spondylitis. Asymmetric symptoms in extremities, think anatomical pathology. Nerve compression syndromes--- may be at level of spine or wrist ( carpel tunnel).

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I am experiencing worsening resting hand tremors (over a period of months to years). Right hand is worse than left, worsened by fatigue or stress?

Tremor. There are a variety of types of tremors. At this point because you are experiencing a change in your chronic condition, a medical assessment would be appropriate. Please insure that your personal physician is aware. He or she may desire to refer you for a neurological evaluation. Read more...

I have trigeminal neuralgia, had shingles recently, and now experiencing hand tremors in my right hand - I'm a 44 year old female. The only person I am aware of with Parkinson's is a cousin of my mothers. (Not sure how to describe relation to me). The h

Hand tremor. may have nothing to do with trigeminal neuralgia, shingle or Parkinson's disease. (There are many causes for a hand tremor) The best approach to sorting this all out is to consult with a /your neurologist. Hopefully the medication you are taking for the shingles and the trigeminal neuralgia are not contributing to or causing your tremor. If you have a specific question we can gladly address this. Read more...

Which herbs cause hand tremors?

None? I am not aware of any "herbs" causing a hand tremor. Unless you are taking an herbal that has a stimulant in it that may cause some tremor, i just don't know of any. So sorry! Read more...
Tremor. High amount of caffeine, thephylline ( tea), theobromine (chocolate) and other stimlants can accentuate tremor if the body isn used to it. Herbs rich in these xanthine alkaloids may also lead to tremor. Read more...

What causes hand tremors?

Many. To mention few, parkinsonism, essential tremors, days tonic tremors, toxic tremors, psychogenic tremors etc etc. Read more...
Many causes. Hyperthyroidism, familial essential tremors, parkinson's disease, medications (e.g., depakote), too much caffeine, amphetamines, cerebellar problems (multiple sclerosis). I have even seen a local tremor associated with peripheral nerve weakness in an arm. There are treatments for all of the above. Read more...

What is the cause for hand tremors?

Many causes. Hand tremors can have multiple causes. Genetic or "familial" tremors are, by far, one of the most common. Degenerative or metabolic neurological conditions along with medication side effects make up the vast majority of the other causes. Since tremors vary in their frequency (the speed of the tremor), their direction, their severity, and their course, a neurologist should perform an evaluation. Read more...
See below. 1. Essential tremors or parkinson's disease or diseases of cerebellum or certain drugs like asthma inhalers, depakote, and some others. Read more...