1. What are the causes of tremors?
Tremors can be caused by fatigue, any disease, more caffeine intake, medicines, injury, stress, aging, low blood sugar or some disorders like Parkinson's, hyperthyroidism, multiple sclerosis, stroke and alcoholism.
2. How are tremors diagnosed?
Tremors can be diagnosed with: (1) physical examination, (2) testing by making a person hold an object for some time, (3) blood and urine test to detect any underlying medical condition, (4) neurological examination and (5) electromyogram to check involuntary muscle activity or muscle response to a stimulus.
3. What are the symptoms of tremors?
Tremors have symptoms like rhythmic shaking of body part, difficulty in walking, shaky voice, difficulty in writing, holding something, etc.
4. What are sleep tremors?
Sleep tremors are shaky or jerky movements when you are going to bed. These are more evidence in kids than in adults.
5. What lifestyle changes are needed for tremors?
Lifestyle changes that are needed to be done for tremors are: (1) avoid intake of caffeine, (2) avoid alcohol intake, (3) meditation to eliminate stress and anxiety and (4) reduce using hand affected by tremors.