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Avatar f tn Are there demyelinating or other neurological diseases that cause a psychogenic tremor??? My anxiety level has gone up severely since all of these symptoms appeared. Could the numbness and inability to move my body have triggered a psychogenic tremor? I have an aunt with ms and obviously a 27 yr old female who suddenly lost the use of her hands is going to think the worst.
1232907 tn?1367471737 s a benzodiazepine (like valium). They slow chemical action in the brain therefore decreasing symptoms of anxiety - and sometimes tremors. As you seem to know, there is a strong potential to develop a dependence on this class of drug - meaning once you take it for a while it can be hard to NOT take it and still feel normal. It sounds like you are a long way from that place and are as aware as your doctor is of the dangers.
Avatar m tn She said some people tremor. I was told it was maybe anxiety. Can anxiety cause tremors? I am having a hard time moving on from this and obsess about it all day long. I'm constantly checking my hand to see if the tremor is still there...... which it is. I am convinced it is early Parkinsons disease. I don't have any of the other Parkinsons symptoms but feel it is just a matter of time. Does this sound like Parkinson's disease to you?
Avatar m tn Hello, I'm am 29 years old, and i seem to be going through something wierd in my life, it all started with twitch in my middle finger, it soon progressed into a slight tremor in my left hand, i noticed it when I was drinking a beer.
Avatar m tn I was a heavy smoker for 2 to 3 years.Once the tremor went out of control I have almost quit smoking.now Iam just an occasional smoker.The tremor has subsided after quitting but Iam its enough to cause embarassment in social situations.Any body out there with similar conditions and suggestions?
Avatar m tn Women are more likely to develop the head tremor than are men.Other types of tremor may also occur, including postural tremor of the outstretched arms, intentional tremor of the arms and rest tremor in the arms. a variety of non-motor features have recently been linked with ET. These include anxiety and depressive symptoms as well as cognitive difficulty. Recent studies have demonstrated that late-onset ET (onset > age 65) may be associated with an increased risk of developing dementia.
Avatar f tn t feel that you exhibit most of these symptoms, then anxiety might be either another symptom, or just a contributing issue, but not the real cause of your tremor. A full-body tremor such as yours does sound like it could be from anxiety, or at the very least, lack of sleep, which puts stress on your body (I'm not talking about the kind of stress that makes you feel like you have the world on your shoulders--I'm talking about underlying stresses that you might not even be aware of yet).
1836724 tn?1334594891 does anyone with anxiety experience facial tremor, my doc diagnosed me with anxiety disorder, anything to make it go away
Avatar m tn are kind of complicated to me (pointing the mouse to a very exact point, for example) and my eyes cannot point exactly to the stuff I am staring [I do not know if that is just a visual problem, an anxiety symptom or something related to the essential tremor too]. They medicated me with propanolol; my tremors diminish when I use it, but they do not dissapear, so I prefer not use it yet [don't want to be dependant of such thing].
Avatar m tn About 10 years ago (when I was 20) I had bad anxiety and had heart palpitations and twitches all over my body. My primary care doctor said it was anxiety and sent me to a neuro specialist. I had an MRI and EEG and everything was fine. Ever since then I still have twitches and buzzing sensations when I get anxious. I went in to the neuro 5 years later because I had bad pins and needles in my pinky finger and side of the hand after working out, along with a couple other symptoms. The dr.
Avatar m tn For example, parkinsonism, such as what you are asking, has a resting tremor that is termed “pill-rolling” tremor. The tremor is typically one sided initially. Other types of tremors include essential tremor (which is a tremor with many different postures/actions), orthostatic tremor, enhance physiologic tremor, etc. Everyone has a tremor but for most, it is not noticeable unless there is stress, caffeine, anxiety. This is the enhanced physiological tremor.
Avatar n tn Hi, A tremor in the voice is one of the features of benign essential tremor, and it increases when under stress or anxiety. That being said, Parkinson's sometimes presents with features that are indistinguishable from essential tremor. So, with your family history in mind, you should visita neurologist to definitively rule out Parkinson's as a cause. If that is not the reason for yoursymptoms, then taking treatment for ET will relieve you of some symptoms.
Avatar f tn Hi, Thank you for the question. Tremors could be associated with fatigue, stress, anxiety or a form of panic attack. Other possible causes of tremors could be overactive thyroid, Parkinsonism disease, alcohol use, certain medications, alkalosis, and low blood sugar. Sometimes previous injury may cause pinched nerve and may be a reason of tremor but this possibility remains low. Therefore, it is quite essential to thoroughly assess the all possibilities here with the help of a doctor.
Avatar f tn im a 28 year old mum of 2.about 3 months ago i woke with a head tremor+it hasn't gone away since.it either shakes in a 'no-no' motion or in a way that i can only describe as a noddy dog toy u sit in back of ur car window.it seems to be worse when resting,trying to relax and is really intense when im around people outside my household even those im really close to.i have suffered social anxiety for about 6 years now,so maybe its worse round people as im so conciece of it?
Avatar f tn Your symptoms are unusual; there are many many causes of tremors, but a visible tremor that continues during sleeping is distinctly uncommon. One of the most common causes of tremor is essential tremor, which is tremor with no clear cause. The tremor mainly occurs on action, if you were holding something or writing or moving your arms (or less commonly your legs). This does not occur during sleep and while it can be constant is usually again not prominent at complete rest.
Avatar m tn everyone has tremor and in times of stress/anxiety, or with excessive caffeine exposure, this tremor emerges. There are various other causes of tremor. Systemic causes such as thyroid disease can lead to tremor. Neurologic causes include most commonly essential tremor, parkinson's disease, etc.
Avatar m tn Its been awhile since I haven't woken up with neck pain in the top of the back part of my neck. I also suffer from horrible anxiety. 8 days ago I started 20mg of celexa and two after I developed a constant tremor in arms, legs, jaw, and head. It isn't a violent tremor and it's barely noticeable. I went to the doctor and he cut my dosage in half but I stopped taking two days ago of this fear I developed over the tremors. My mind is going crazy with thoughts about serious diseases.
Avatar f tn Are there demyelinating or other neurological diseases that cause a psychogenic tremor??? My anxiety level has gone up severely since all of these symptoms appeared. Could the numbness and inability to move my body have triggered a psychogenic tremor? I have an aunt with ms and obviously a 27 yr old female who suddenly lost the use of her hands is going to think the worst.
1491454 tn?1288465572 Yes, it can cause withdrawal symptoms if you discontinue abruptly. In some patient symptoms like choreiform movements, coordination abnormal, muscle weakness, myalgia and tremor are noted. If the problems are bothersome then you may have to go for anti anxiety drugs against prescription for short term only. It will help you to alleviate your symptoms.
Avatar f tn I did an essay on stroke and Parkinson’s disease, since then I have become extremely anxious and upon reading and writing about the symptoms, I have had a tremor which feels like it travels through my whole body, but when I look to see if I can see the tremor it’s not visual. I am becoming persistently preoccupied with negative thoughts now, and its having an impact on my work at uni.
Avatar m tn I told the neurologist about these symptoms and he said these symoptoms were due to stress or anxiety. These symptoms kept coming and going .it was really getting to me and I kept going to my Dr who would kept referring me and I was getting no where. Whilst going through all this I decided I go to visit a friend in Australia.
Avatar n tn my son 28 yrs.Noticed tremor since the age of 10.Taken to several doctors/nurologists.Their opinion was it is not serious.They told me that it would reduce as he grows up.But the tremor is still there.It is noticeable.Could you advice.
Avatar f tn Does the sensation feel like you need to stretch, or extend your limbs? I started having some myoclonus about a year ago. It causes me to extend my back involuntarily, and I can't get my body to relax.
Avatar m tn She said some people tremor. I was told it was maybe anxiety. Can anxiety cause tremors? I am having a hard time moving on from this and obsess about it all day long. I'm constantly checking my hand to see if the tremor is still there...... which it is. I am convinced it is early Parkinsons disease. I don't have any of the other Parkinsons symptoms but feel it is just a matter of time. Does this sound like Parkinson's disease to you?
Avatar n tn If you do not have any other associated symptoms, it may be a psychogenic tremor that may be associated with depression/anxiety and it most commonly affects the extremities (upper & lower limbs). In addition, tremor onset is sudden and may appear even when someone is not in conscious state or if he is sleeping. This sort of tremors decreases with distraction or breaking the resting state.
Avatar f tn 1. Action tremor in hands/arms. Sometimes worse than others, sometimes worse in one limb than another. Sometimes, if drinking alcohol or if taking Xanax, greatly or entirely reduced. Tremor doesn't occur at rest. 2. Sensation of lack of gracefulness/fluidity in stride walking. Not noticeable to naked eye but on left foot sometimes that heel feels like it slightly drags or like I plant that foot an instance too early. 3.
Avatar n tn s type symptoms, for over a year now. I have been given several diagnosis such as; a familial tremor, benign tremor, dystonia, anxiety, depression, and my favorite, A PSEUDO SEIZURE! I am sure there are more I am leaving out. My first onset of tremors was so intense I ended up in the ER. My tremoring stopped when I fell asleep but started as soon as the doctor woke me again. Because I did not tremor while asleep he insisted that the tremor was psychological. This is a normal pattern for me.
Avatar m tn You are most definitely not alone in your fear of public speaking. If I'm not mistaken, I think it's at the top of the list for people's worst fears. If I get called upon to speak to a group of people, I can feel my face turn beet red, I start to sweat like a hog with no waller to wallow in, I KNOW I'm about to wet my knickers and I shake like I've got ants in my pants, which would be my wet knickers!
Avatar m tn What else besides anxiety can cause internal shaking , anxiety and brain fog? This discussion is related to <a href="/posts/Undiagnosed-Symptoms/internal-tremor-and-palpitations/show/1674294">internal tremor and palpitations</a>.