The Body Shook Suddenly Accompanied By Unclear Speech?
, my grandmother suddenly shook her body and spoke unclearly. I searched from the internet that was a tremor disease. Is that true? Trms
Hello Christian, thank you for using HealthReplies.com.
Tremors are shaking movements that occur repeatedly unintentionally. Tremors generally occur in the hands, head, legs, stomach, and even sounds can also tremble. In some cases, complaints of tremor are mild enough that they do not require therapy. However, if the condition is very severe and cannot be controlled with medication, tremor can be treated with action.
In general, tremors occur because of a disturbance in the part of the brain that functions to regulate muscle movement. Most of the tremors are unknown. While some types of tremor are inherited in the family, or are symptoms of certain diseases and conditions, such as stroke, hyperthyroidism, multiple sclerosis, head injury, parkinsonism, and liver failure
If this has happened a long time ago, I suggest you to bring your grandmother to consult directly with a neurologist, so that a thorough examination can be done, such as questions and answers, vital signs, physical examination, neurological examination, and supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine, CT scan, MRI, and EMG if necessary so that treatment can be given according to your grandmother's diagnosis.
The things that can be done now are:
Doing light exercise. Avoiding yourself from burdening thoughts so as not to stress. Reducing consumption of drinks containing caffeine and increasing consumption of mineral water. Get enough sleep and rest Eating nutritious food That is the information I can give, hopefully it can help you.