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A tremor is a neurological disorder, uncontrollable rhythmic muscle contraction movement of one more part of one limb of your body. When tremors increase to a greater stage you won\’t even be in the position to carry out even the simplest of tasks like, holding your cup of tea, or picking up utensils.

Types of Tremors:

  • Essential tremor-. It usually affects your hands, but it can also affect your head, voice, tongue, legs, and trunk.
  • Parkinson tremor– people who have Parkinson\’s disease. It usually affects one or both hands when they are at rest, but it can affect the chin, lips, face, and legs.
  • Dystonic tremor– involuntary muscle contractions. The contractions cause you to have twisting and repetitive movements. 

• Traumatic brain injury
• Stroke
• Neurodegenerative diseases affected the brain and multiple sclerosis
• Addiction to drugs or alcohol

• Shaking in the hands, arms, head, legs.
• Shaky voice.

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