Shaking Feeling When Lowering Your Head?
Sorry, for the past few days there has been a strange condition of my body, when I slightly looked down at the bottom of the chest and the top of the stomach it felt like there was a slight vibration, at once both my palms became tingling. what are the symptoms?
Hi Tri, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Internal vibration or Internal vibration in English is a kind of tremor that occurs in the body. This vibration because it occurs in the body of course you can't see, but you can feel it clearly. These vibrations can occur anywhere, either in the arms, legs, chest or stomach.
Internal vibration does not interfere much with activities, unlike tremors which make it difficult for a person to hold a glass for example. These vibrations are also not the same as vertigo, which makes a person feel like the world is spinning and feel like they have lost their footing.
Even so, this vibration still brings a feeling of discomfort. Several studies have shown that the most likely cause of these tremors is tremor, which is unusual brain activity. In addition, internal vibration itself is not a diagnosis, but rather a symptom that represents a certain medical condition. Among others are:
Body's response to caffeine, alcohol, smoking, exercise, fever Body's response to drugs Parkinson's disease Multiple sclerosis Essential tremor Heart rhythm disturbances
So in your case, it would be better if you check yourself with a neurologist so that an examination can be carried out on these possibilities, especially if you have experienced it quite often and it starts to bother and cause concern. Meanwhile, what you can do at home is to get enough rest, stay away from stress and pay attention to when these symptoms appear, how long and how they disappear. Also tell your doctor if you also feel other symptoms such as difficulty controlling balance, difficulty writing, difficulty in making sounds, stiffness, weakness and so on. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa