Unintentional, uncontrollable rhythmic movements of one limb or other area of your body are known as tremors. Any area of the body can experience tremors at any time.
The cerebellum, the area of your brain that regulates muscular action, is typically the cause of them. Although most tremors are difficult to treat, they frequently go away on their own.
It’s crucial to understand that tremors are different from muscle twitches and spasms. The uncontrollable contraction of a muscle is known as a muscle spasm. An uncontrolled, minute movement of a tiny segment of a bigger muscle is known as a muscle twitch.
It’s possible to see this twitch under the skin. People in areas prone to tremors often prepare by building sturdy structures and having emergency plans.
If you or someone you know has it, a doctor can help manage the shaking with treatments like medication or therapy to make life a bit more constant.
Dr. Navin Tiwari