Tremors are involuntary movements of some part of your body. This means that you will shake without trying to do so. The majority of people experiencing tremors will have the tremors in their hand, however, any part of your body can be impacted.
Causes of Tremors
Tremors can be a result of anxiety and may worsen during periods of high emotion, such as anger, when tired or during periods of extreme stress.
If you are experiencing tremors that are not associated with a changed emotional state or high emotion, you should discuss your symptoms with your doctor in order to rule out any medical causes. Some medical causes of tremors include:
Alcohol withdrawal or excessive alcohol consumption
High levels of caffeine
Side effects of some prescription medication
Low blood sugar
According to Medline Plus, tremors can decrease during slee...
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Orange Creamsicle Protein Shake
1 scoop Syntrax Matrix 5.0 Orange Cream
1-2 c ice cubes
4 oz plain almond milk
4 oz water
2 squirts sugar-free vanilla syrup (I like DaVinci or Torani)
1 TBS orange juice frozen concentrate
Pina Colada Protein Shake
1 scoop Syntrax Nectar Carribe...
Drug-induced tremor is involuntary shaking due to the use of medication. Involuntary means you shake without trying to do so. The shaking occurs when you move or try to hold your arms, hands, or head in a certain position. It is not associated with other symptoms.
Tremor - drug-induced
Causes, incidence, and risk factors
Drug-induced tremor is a simple nervous system and muscle response to certain medications. Drugs that can cause tremor include the following:
Anticonvulsants such as valproic acid (Depakote), and sodium valproate (Depakene)
Bronchodilators such as theophylline and albuterol
Immunosuppressants such as cyclosporine
Mood stabilizers such as lithium carbonate
such as caffeine
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