Tremors or essential tremor (ET) is a nerve disorder, which involves the uncontrollable shaking of one or different parts of the body. Tremors are the most common of all involuntary movements in the body and usually affect the head, face, palms, trunk, voice and legs. Tremors generally first affect the hands and then slowly affect other parts of the body. The problem originates in the part of the brain, which controls the movement of muscles throughout the body. Neurotic disorders like multiple sclerosis, a stroke and traumatic brain injury can cause tremors.
HOW IS TREMORS DIAGNOSED?
Emotional stress, fatigue, caffeine or temperature extremes can worsen the scenario.