Tremors Complications

For those suffering from severe tremors regular activities like drinking or eating and ones that involve high motor skills like writing can be severely affected. Women with tremors may have difficulty putting on their makeup. Dressing up and combing one’s hair would be a bit more challenging. You may even … Continue reading

Tremors – Definition

Tremor is an involuntary, throbbing oscillatory (to-and-fro) movement of the muscle in one or multiple regions of the body.  Tremors can affect the legs, trunks, voice, face, head, arms and hands and is the most often experienced involuntary movement of the body. A lot of tremors happen in the hands.  … Continue reading

Coping with Tremors

Even if essential tremor is not a dangerous condition, having it has got to be one of the most distressing experiences in a person’s life more so if his symptoms are severe. Basic routines like picking up an object, writing, drinking or eating can be quite frustrating and difficult to … Continue reading

Causes of Tremors

It is normal for people to experience certain degrees of tremor.  For some people, problems in certain parts of their brain (especially in the cerebellum and basal ganglia) cause problems in body movement.  Neurodegenerative conditions such as Parkinson’s disease; certain diseases like liver failure, thyroid disease, stroke and multiple sclerosis; … Continue reading