Anxiety symptoms tremor

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Avatar n tn The main one from them all is probably inside unspecified tremor more than depression. There is also physical feeling of my head or maybe just ears being sort of behind a glass, like a slight dizziness or brain laziness. So I'm not sure if the tremor is not caused by that head thing. It happens simultaneusly. I wasn't clear headed like i used to be since it started and sometimes i have a hard time to get through my days.
Avatar f tn A pinched cervical spinal nerve at C7 can cause tremor in one hand. Hand tremors can be due to stress and anxiety, too much consumption of caffeine or alcohol, low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), autoimmune disease like multiple sclerosis, thyroid disorders, and liver disease. However, in these usually both hands are involved. I think you should discuss these possibilities with your doctor. It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining.
1836724 tn?1334598491 does anyone with anxiety experience facial tremor, my doc diagnosed me with anxiety disorder, anything to make it go away
2129990 tn?1335599680 Hi there, I am a 27 year old F/M. I have had a internal tremor in the left side of my body, it stops and starts, however I have also had a constant eye tremor. It seems like my vision is bouncing like little see through, tremoring lights, I can still see everything but i can also see this, I have been to the doctor but he said its prob from anxiety. i find it hard to concentrate. Thank you.
Avatar n tn Although I have had anxiety before and never had these symptoms. I feel this happens even when I don't have anxiety. It does get better when I'm not paying attention to it like at school. In October, I started having panic attacks and I'm wondering if they are related. I am a hypochondriac and really afraid of having a neurological disease. If I had a normal neurological exam, could I still have those big three neurological diseases?
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 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 i don't feel that the tremor is to do with my anxiety,but because of it my anxiety is becoming really bad.i'm barely leaving the house now because of the tremor+may sound pathetic but its taking over my life+can't even hold a conversation properly as my words get so muddled from the anxiety.i'm slowly cutting myself off from people i love+want to be around,as i can't cope with the tremor when i'm around them.
Avatar m tn I have been having hand tremors - on and off for a few weeks. I also get a tremor/vibration in my upper arms (mostly right but also left) when my arm is in a specific position. What could this be? I am also getting muscle twitches all over my body - one twitch in the leg, two twitches in my back,... I do suffer from anxiety and I'm currently on Zoloft. I am a 34 year old female.
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 Recently I had a major change in symptoms, with tremor (postoral, intention, and resting) in chin, neck arms, and foot, as well as jerky movements, such as trying to move a computer mouse and my hand jerks in that direction by about six inches too far. Or, my leg will jump for no reason. TN has returned after three year absence I also began having some mild cognitive impairments (dyslexic symptoms and stammering) which were not present before.
Avatar n tn •Too much coffee or other caffeinated drink •Excessive alcohol consumption, alcoholism , or alcohol withdrawal •Stress, anxiety, or fatigue -- these can cause a postural tremor •Normal aging •A variety of drugs and prescription medicines •Low blood sugar •Parkinson's disease -- this is the classic cause of a resting tremor and is often accompanied by slowness of movement, muscle rigidity , and an abnormal gait •Multiple sclerosis -- can cause an intention tremor •Over active thyroid --
Avatar n tn I am 24yr old male and currently experiencing a tremor in my left hand after any volunteery movement. My family has a history of tremors but none of them have appeared until they were much older than i am now. My tremor kind of came out of nowhere 2 months ago. It did however, coincide with my use of marijuana. Is this just a coincidence or can marijuana actually have an affect on hand tremors. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Colby.
Avatar n tn My wife is 43, with a terrible tremor affecting mainly left side now creeping into right. The tremor is worse with anxiety but prevalent all through the day. At night the tremor is completely gone. Four separate Neurologist have called it an anxiety induced tremor. Psychiatrist have been treating this for 4 years with no success. Now a Iowa City Neurologist has finally called it Parkinsons. Started on Sinemet one weeks ago and was told we would have immediate results.
Avatar n tn Interesting that you are experiencing the same symptoms - and are also a flutist. My symptoms have seemed to increase the last couple of years and that coincides with an increase in my playing the flute. That is not good news to me. I have also done some searching regarding carpal tunnel syndrome to see if there is any correlation - however, I do not have any of the other symptoms (numbness, pain, etc.
Avatar n tn Internal tremor is now 24/7, vibrating as though sitting on a machine. I thought it might be statins as I also developed joint and tendon pains. This is not it. I have in the past tested positive for E/B and was told I must have had it at one time without knowing it. I have had tinnitus for over 12 years. The internal tremors and the tinnitus came on the same way. At first occasional, and thought I had it, and then full blast and constant, and there we no doubt.
Avatar n tn It might be an essential tremor in that alcohol makes it better (not a good therapy for the tremor long term) and anxiety makes it worse. I would see a good neurologist and get a neurological exam. I did not comment on your gait because without looking how you walk it is not possible for me to tell you much. However, alot can be found from how the shoes are worn down in the soles. See if the toe area on one side is worn compared to the other side.
Avatar n tn I've been on Lexapro for anxiety/depression for about two years. It works pretty well. A few years ago I was diagnosed with a fairly mild essential tremor - I take the occasional Inderal when I'm particularly nervous, but for the most part the tremor doesn't bother me too much. About a year ago I had about a week where my left pinky (I'm right handed) would occasionally twitch - about 5 seconds worth of quick twitching from side to side.
Avatar f tn Hypothyroid issues can also cause the type of tremor your describing but the intention tremor is named because when you intend to do something with that limb instead of the smooth natural action, you over reach and the limb tremors. eg. your brushing your teeth and without warning your hand/arm jerks and half shoves the toothbrush down your throat, it wasnt what you intended to do. eg.
Avatar n tn I've found that an anxiety pill calms it down. Do you think this is more of a psycological disorder. I am clinically depressed and trearted with cymbolta. I was also taking abilify during my daughters terminal illiness (ALS)until she passed away. I began having a tremor in my hands that go worse and worse. I went to a neuroligist who said I may have symptoms of parkinson disease.
1491454 tn?1288469172 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 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 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 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>.
1232907 tn?1367475337 I am new to this forum and just wondering if anyone else has ever experienced this or if it seems to make any sense to anyone, and why? I have been dealing with many symptoms since 2007 but recently I got tubes put in my ears and my tremors are now gone. Does that make any medical sense?
Avatar f tn My wife has what is called essential tremor, or familial tremor. It could be that. Google it and see if his symptoms are similar.
901807 tn?1287019388 I had a terrible time back in Feb-April of 2010 with weird symptoms, dizziness, anxiety, forgetfulness, brian fog, twitching, jaw pain, slurrred speech, etc, etc. I had dozens of tests, including a lyme ELISA test...all normal. I was told it was stress, that I had a somatization disorder, and told to go on Prozac and seek therapy. I"m only 35! I then found another doctor who happened to be an ILADS trained LLMD (Lyme Literate MD).