Frequent Shaking Accompanied By Easy Fainting?
doctor night, my cici is 17 years old. My complaints are excessive tremors in my right hand, right eyelid, and right leg, my left hand also shakes, but it’s not too bad.rnIf I’m tired, I can drop/faint right away, and vomit. Could it be that I have Parkinson’s? Or other symptoms of illness?rnrnThanks in advance, evening??
Hello Suci, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
Tremors are shaking movements that occur repeatedly, involuntarily, tremors generally occur in the head and hands, but can also occur in other body parts such as the abdomen and legs. Based on the symptoms you are experiencing, the possible causes of your tremors are:
Tremors due to physiological factors such as physical fatigue, excessive anxiety, excessive emotions, fever, drinking caffeine-containing drinks, hypoglycemia, hyperthyroidism Parkinson's disease, stroke, multiple sclerosis, drug effects, liver failure, if your tremors occur frequently, and occur when you are resting or being active, immediately consult a neurologist or neuro doctor, the doctor will diagnose you after the doctor performs a physical examination, nerves, blood, urine, CT tests. scan or MRI, EMG (Electro MyoGram),
Some habits you can do to prevent tremors are:
Doing exercise regularly, for example lifting barbells to strengthen the muscles in the wrist Avoid excessive stress and anxiety Drink lots of water Avoid drinking caffeinated drinks Get enough rest, get enough sleep Thank you, hopefully useful.dr. Nurmarwiyah