Body Shaking Reflexively?
I want to ask. Sometimes how come my body parts are reflexively vibrating/shaking like that. Either the legs, thighs, or body. That’s why yes. Thanks
Hello good morning Dina.
Shaking of the body is known as tremor. Tremors are uncontrolled movements of one or more body parts. The part of the body that is most frequently affected by tremors is the hands. Tremors occur because the part of the brain that controls the muscles has problems.
Some of the causes of tremors include:
parkinsonism, which is a disease that is usually experienced by elderly people due to degeneration of the central nervous system. However, Parkinson's disease can also attack young people, although the incidence is rare. Tremors in Parkinson's usually occur when the body is resting and not moving much multiple sclerosis, which is an autoimmune disease (the body's defense cells do not recognize its own body so that the body's defense cells attack its own body instead) that affects nerve fibers. Other symptoms include tingling, fatigue, muscle spasms and stiffness, and others. hyperthyroidism disease low blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia) consumption of certain drugs in the long term consumption of too much caffeine psychological conditions conditions changes in position in a fast time (autostatic tremor) To find out the cause of the tremor experienced, it is recommended that you see a doctor. Your doctor may order a CT scan or MRI if needed. Be aware that if the condition worsens, it is recommended that you immediately consult a doctor.
That's all, hope it helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa Libela