Feeling jittery and shaky inside

Feeling jittery and shaky inside

 

Have you and those around you been shaking from within?

Has trembling from the inside made you worried?

Do you want to know what causes the body to vibrate from within?

Do you want to know what is the treatment for internal tremors?

If you have questions like the above questions in your mind?

We recommend that you read on

 

Introduction

Internal vibration of the body

What are the causes of tremors in the body?

If the cause of internal tremor in the body is cold, how should we treat and eliminate it?

If the cause of body tremor is from low blood sugar, how to treat it?

Infections

If the cause of shivering is infection from inside the body, how can it be treated?

Fear can cause the body to tremble from within

Loss of effect of anesthetic drugs

What should we do to shake the body in the recovery room after the patient regains consciousness?

What causes infant tremors?

What causes tremors in the elderly?

What causes tremors associated with neurological problems?

Treatment

 

 

Introduction

The human body will respond appropriately to any situation it is in. This will happen when you are exposed to heat and cold, diseases and infections in your body. The body can show these reactions.

If you read more, we will tell you what causes tremors in the body and what are the ways to treat and eliminate tremors in the body.

 

Internal vibration of the body

Vibration in the body can be caused by a variety of reasons. You have probably seen many people who are looking for an answer to unreasonable vibration in their body. However, we must first tell these people that the tremor could not have happened for no reason, and there must have been an underlying cause behind this tremor. In the following, we want to name the causes of vibration in the body and explain a bit about each of them.

 

What are the causes of tremors in the body?

In the following, we want to name some of the most common factors that cause tremors in the body and explain a bit about each of them. Stay with us.

The first reason is due to the cold environment. When the ambient temperature around us falls below a certain level, the body begins to tremble. In fact, this vibration is a defense mechanism through which our body shows itself to warm itself. Of course, this state is not maintained for a long time. After trembling for a while, the muscles of the body will lose their energy storage, and thus the body will be much more tired than it can continue to tremble to maintain its internal heat. This condition can occur in different ways for different people.

It is said that children or people who are very thin who have less fat storage react to a decrease in temperature more quickly than adults and people who have good fat storage .Also, the general health of the body will be affected by your reaction and sensitivity to the cold and the temperature of your surroundings For example, people with hypothyroidism are more likely to suffer from colds and feel more cold.

 

If the cause of internal tremor in the body is cold, how should we treat and eliminate it?

To eliminate the sensation of tremors in the body in this situation, if your clothes are wet, take them off and wear thicker and drier clothes. You can also use more clothes to cover yourself. You may need to raise the temperature of your home and workplace. These people should always have a jacket with them to use in these situations.

If you feel that you have a cold, it is better to put a few blankets on yourself and wear thick clothes to keep your body and muscles warm. Drinking a simple, warm drink can also make you feel better.

 

The second case is hypoglycemia, which can be caused by internal tremors.

Low blood sugar can cause a shivering sensation from inside your body. If you have been hungry for a while and have not eaten anything, this is more likely to happen. Diseases such as diabetes mellitus and uncontrolled diabetes, in which blood sugar levels can fluctuate greatly, can cause tremors and heart palpitations if they occur. Hypoglycemia has different clinical manifestations. Body tremor is just one of the types of clinical signs and manifestations of hypoglycemia.

 

If the cause of body tremor is from low blood sugar, how to treat it?

It is recommended to eat high carbohydrate snacks such as sandwiches with peanut butter or eat bananas, as this will raise blood sugar levels again. If you are a person who frequently experiences hypoglycemia, you should not go without a meal for a long time, you should not starve for a long time, and If this is a problem for you, always have a carbohydrate-rich food like chocolate with you to temporarily restore your body's sugar and energy to get to the main meal.

 

Infections

If you still have a cold even though you have tremors from the inside, the infection may have caused the tremors to shake from the inside out.

Vibration from within the body can be a sign of your body trying to fight off an existing infection. Just as on a cold winter day, your body begins to tremble from within when there is an infection in a part of your body, your body trembles from within so that the body has enough to fight pathogens. Which can be viruses and bacteria to heat up. Vibration, which is also a symptom of fever, is the body's defense against infection.

 

 

If the cause of shivering is infection from inside the body, how can it be treated?

If a person has a viral infection, the best treatment and action is to follow the care and support instructions until the viral infection is over. The course of treatment for any viral illness usually takes some time. If fever is present, it is best controlled with medications such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen. Never use cold water to reduce fever when a person has a fever, as cold water can make a person feel worse.

If a bacterial infection causes tremors in the body, your doctor will use appropriate antibiotics to treat and control it. One thing that is better to address here is that you should not raise your body temperature abnormally, for example by placing your body under a large volume of blankets or wearing a lot of clothes.

 

Fear can cause the body to tremble from within

Some people do not have a problem with the health of the organs in the body, Blood sugar is regulated and there is no particular problem in any of the body's organs. There is also no infection and only a sudden change in the adrenaline level of the body may occur due to the fear and excitement that has entered the person. This sudden change causes Shivers.

When fear occurs in the body, shivering is a reaction that occurs following a sudden increase in adrenaline in a person's bloodstream.

As for the treatment, we must say that by controlling the fear and suppressing the emotion, this tremor disappears. Usually, when a lot of fear and excitement causes the body to tremble from within, the heart rate also increases.

In fact, increasing the level of adrenaline in the blood in these cases causes the body to tremble from within, as well as raising blood pressure and increasing the number of heartbeats.

 

Loss of effect of anesthetic drugs

When a patient comes out of an operation in which he has undergone anesthesia, he can experience such tremors from inside. In fact, body tremors in these patients begin right after the effects of the anesthetic drug disappear. Doctors still do not know exactly what causes tremors after regaining consciousness.

Perhaps the reason for this is that the body loses a lot of its temperature during anesthesia.

Another point is that the operating room itself is somewhat cold, and being in this space for a relatively long time that the person is undergoing surgery will worsen the temperature drop. All of these come together to cause the body to vibrate from within when the anesthetic wears off. In addition to anesthesia, however, it has also affected the normal process of body function and sometimes muscle contraction and expansion.

 

What should we do to shake the body in the recovery room after the patient regains consciousness?

Usually in the recovery room, several layers of blankets are used to keep the person warm. If there is any more severe discomfort or tremor in the body, you must inform your nurse or doctor about your condition.

Now we will deal with two different age groups and the causes of body tremors in them

 

What causes infant tremors?

It may have happened to you to see a baby shaking its body.

The interesting thing to know is that the body of infants will not start shaking in the face of cold. The body's defense mechanism against cold in early life is different from the body's defense mechanism in older ages. In fact, infants' bodies increase fuel when exposed to cold. And the body increases during a process called thermogenesis.

 

Doctors compare this to animal hibernation, where the body is inactive and unable to maintain heat; It increases it in a short and temporary period, so if you see that the baby starts to tremble and shake, you should underline the options in your mind that the environment is cold.

There are other reasons for a baby to tremble, including low blood sugar and excessive hunger.

 

What causes tremors in the elderly?

Shaking the body of the elderly in the general public (unlike young people) is normal, but body tremors in these people may have occurred for various reasons and underlying causes, such as Parkinson's disease and the use of some drugs such as Pulmonary airway dilators or bronchodilators used by people with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease can also cause reactions in the body and eventually tremors. Also, as people get older, they lose fat storage under their skin and their resistance to the cold of the environment will be much less.

 

What causes tremors associated with neurological problems?

In general, humans have a tremor that is caused by problems in the deep parts of the brain that control movement. Most types of tremor do not have a known cause. There are many forms of tremor that genetics and heredity seem to play a major role in causing. Tremor can occur alone or with a number of other neurological symptoms, including the following:

  • MS disease
  • Strokes
  • Traumatic brain injuries, such as following an accident , a fall, etc.
  • Neurological diseases such as Parkinson's disease or disorders of the basal ganglia of the brain
  • Use of drugs such as bronchodilators in asthma
  • Consumption of caffeine and amphetamines
  • Chronic use of corticosteroids and some other medications
  • Mercury poisoning
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Alcohol abuse
  • Quit alcohol without following the scientific protocol
  • Liver failure
  • Kidney failure
  • Anxiety and stress

 

  • Stress

Vibration following stress may occur in the arms, legs, abdomen, chest and buttocks, groin, and even the whole body.

It can be like a feeling of shaking or vibrating and your body seems to be shaking completely. You feel vibration and vibration for no physical reason

When anxiety is caused by tremors, people may try to control their tremors by relaxing themselves or holding their limbs tightly.

But most people will not be able to control their body vibration for a long time

Anxiety tremors may or may not be visible

 

  • Other causes

Other causes of tremors are as follows:

Excessive caffeine consumption can cause stress and tremors because Caffeine is a stimulant, so like anxiety and stress, it can cause tremors and actually produce a response that is similar to stress.

 

Another reason that can cause tremors is lack of sleep

Prolonged deprivation of adequate and quality sleep will have a negative effect on the nervous system. The body produces a large amount of stress hormone when tired, and this hormone can cause tremors.

 

Treatment

No definitive cure has been found for tremors. The options available to help reduce the symptoms are very varied and may be able to control the symptoms in some people.

People with mild tremors do not need treatment.

It depends on which treatment is chosen for the person

Accurate diagnosis of the underlying cause of the tremor.

The tremors that follow hyperthyroidism can be treated with thyroid problems.

Also, the tremors caused by taking the medicine go away by stopping taking the medicine.

If we can not find the exact cause of this tremor and eliminate it, the options we have to control and reduce the distressing symptoms will be:

 

  • medicines

Beta-blockers, such as propranolol, can be used to treat genetic tremors. It can also be used in some people with other nervous system-related tremors.

Another class of drugs is a drug called primidone Primidone is an anticonvulsant drug and can sometimes be used in people with inherited tumors. Other anticonvulsant drugs used are gabapentin and topiramate, but we should know that these drugs themselves can cause tremors if given incorrectly.

Another class of drugs used is benzodiazepines. These drugs are commonly known as sedatives.

Alprazolam and clonazepam temporarily help reduce tremors caused by nervous system problems in some people. Unwanted side effects such as Confusion, drowsiness, and lack of coordination can limit the use of these medications.

These drugs negatively affect a person's ability to function in daily activities such as school, university, driving, etc. They can also cause physical dependence. Avoid taking this drug separately after taking it arbitrarily and abruptly.

 

Other classes of drugs are Parkinson's disease drugs (carbidopa and levodopa)

These drugs are commonly used in the category of diseases that occur following disorders of the menstrual ganglia of the brain.

 

  • Botox

Another treatment used is Botox injections. Botox can control many muscle contractions caused by certain neurological problems. This injection is used for drug-resistant head tremors. If Botox injections are used to control movements and vibrations of the upper limbs, it is possible to reduce the strength of the fingers.

 

  • Surgery

Another treatment is surgery, when the drug treatments mentioned above do not respond and there are severe tremors that affect daily life, the doctor selects surgical interventions for the patient.

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