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Reasons behind shaky hands

Reasons behind shaky hands:

Essential tremor:
•It is a neurological disorder that causes involuntary and rhythmic shaking
•The shaking is more prominent in the hands while being used
•One should see a neurologist if the shaking is too much and interfering with work

Parkinson Disease :
•It is a neurological disorder that causes involuntary and rhythmic shaking
•Tremors typically start in one hand, foot, or leg and can eventually affect both sides of the body
•Slow movements, balance issues and stiffened arms and legs among other symptoms
•Medical intervention that typically includes medication or surgery should help

Multiple Sclerosis:
•Typical symptoms are shaky hands and other parts of the body
•A physical or occupational therapy with prescription meds lighten symptoms

Hyperthyroidism:
•Overactive thyroid speeds up the body processes including movements and shaky hands
•Nervousness, anxiety, rapid heartbeat, excessive sweating, weight loss, & sleeplessness among other symptoms
•A simple thyroid test and subsequent medical management should solve the problem

Excess Caffeine:
•Caffeine intake through coffee, tea, sodas, chocolates and even some OTC headache meds can cause shaky hands
•Cutting down on caffeinated beverages or candies should help

Addiction withdrawal:
•Alcohol, Tobacco, or Narcotic withdrawal can cause shaky hands as early as 10hrs after stop using
•Detox medications and rehab programs should help in managing withdrawal symptoms

Low Blood Sugar:
•Diabetes, Certain medications, Alcohol, Starvation can cause low blood sugars in muscles
•Low blood sugar in muscles instigate the muscles in hand to tremble
•Doctors consultation and healthy lifestyle should put the wobbly hands back on track

Stress:
•Practicing stress relieving techniques like deep breathing or meditation should help from shakiness.

Medications:
•Twitchy hands are common side effects of many OTC and prescription medications.

Vitamin Deficiency:
•Vitamin B12 deficiency due to poor dietary practices or genetic condition (Pernicious Anaemia) may cause tremors in hands
•B12 plays key role in keeping nervous system healthy
•Improved dietary practices, supplements or B12 injections should solve the problem

Adrenal Tumour:
•Pheochromocytoma a rare adrenal gland tumour promotes high blood pressure leading to shaky hands and body
•Heavy sweating, shortness of breath and headache are among other symptoms
•Surgical intervention is the ideal treatment.

Wilsons Disease:
•Shaking is one of the key symptom of this copper storage disease affecting liver functions
•Conditions and Symptoms are treatable with medication and dietary modifications

Brain Conditions:
•Stroke or a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) may cause involuntary movements
•Can be managed with medication and/or occupational therapy

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