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If you are one of those people who suffer from internal vibration that is like vibration and this issue concerns you, we recommend that you read the rest of our article about body buzzing.

 

What you will read next:

 

Introduction

Why do internal tremors occur?

Symptoms and manifestations

Diagnosis

treatment

What are the drugs used to control vibration?

Outlook for the disorder

 

 

 

Introduction

People with internal vibration cannot see their condition. They have a strange sensation such as quivering and trembling in their own legs, hands, chest, and abdomen.

People with internal vibration will not have an external manifestation like people with tremors, which means they can easily grab a cup of water or hold a pen and write text without shaking.

 

We must also say that the condition in which these people find themselves and the feeling they feel, is not like dizziness or other neurological symptoms that are like dizziness. People who experience internal tremors, although they have no external manifestations and can go about their daily business, they experience annoying and unpleasant conditions, and unfortunately because the conditions they feel are not visible, they can usually hardly describe or justify it to their doctor. If you have a problem similar to the above or you have internal tremor, we recommend that you read the rest of the article.

 

Why do internal tremors occur?

Externally appearing tremors usually occur following damage to parts of the brain that are responsible for sending messages to and controlling muscles through nerve fibers.

So, in fact, there are brain injuries that exist in some people and cause external vibrations and tremors with apparent appearance in the affected people, but internal vibrations seem to have similarities with external vibrations. The vibration may be so mild that we do not see them with our own eyes.

 

Doctors say problems with the nervous system, such as MS disease, as well as Essential Tremor and Parkinson's disease, can cause such tremors. An authoritative study reported that about fifty-five percent of patients with essential tremor, thirty-six percent of patients with MS disease, and thirty-three percent of people with Parkinson's disease also complained of internal tremor.

It is said that it is very likely that anxiety and stress can cause such tremors or intensify these tremors.

Most people who have internal tremors, along with this tremor that has no external manifestations, also have other signs and manifestations of the sensory nervous system, for example, these people may complain of burning and tingling sensation or pain in a part of their body. There are other signs and symptoms that can be associated with this feeling of internal tremor, and in fact by examining these symptoms, the doctor is directed to the main diagnosis and in fact the underlying disease that causes internal tremor.

 

Symptoms and manifestations

  • Signs and symptoms of a person with Parkinson's disease include:

Muscle stiffness that makes it difficult for a person to move, Slow movements, Difficulty writing, voice changes,

hoarseness, decreased sense of smell, Hypomimia, sleep problems, constipation and dizziness.

 

  • The accompanying signs and symptoms of a person with essential tremor are:

Difficulty writing, difficulty balancing, trembling voice, shaking head, twitching in eyelids and other parts of the face, and these people have small movements in their arms and legs when they want to do something and hold something, in other words, this tremor occurs when they are doing an activity.

 

  • Signs and symptoms in a person with MS disease include:

Dryness, numbness in the hands and feet and Face and body, Weakness, Fatigue, Blurred vision, and Other vision problems, Lightheadedness, Difficulty walking, Depression, Urinary incontinence, Stool incontinence.

 

In fact, the physician thinks and evaluates each of the above symptoms in the examination of the person who has referred to him with internal tremor in order to understand the underlying disorder that caused the internal tremor in the affected person.

 

Diagnosis

If you or your loved ones are experiencing an internal tremor, you should see a doctor first. Also, if you have symptoms such as lightheadedness, difficulty walking, numbness, weakness or tiredness in parts of the body, you should make an appointment with your doctor.

When you see a doctor, the doctor will first take a detailed history of you. You should tell your doctor all of your symptoms and clinical manifestations and your medical history. Tests may also be done by your doctor to check your condition and neurology.

Some of the types of examinations performed by your doctor are as follows:

Checking your reflexes, checking your muscle tone, checking your muscle strength, checking your ability to move and walk, Examine the ability to maintain balance, and checking your emotions, your doctor may also use one or more of the following tests, depending on your condition and your symptoms, to better diagnose the underlying cause of your tremor.

 

Use an electromyography, which This allows the doctor to check how your muscles respond to stimulation

 

Perform Evoked potential tests:

Electrodes are placed on the body to assess how your nervous system and peripheral nerve respond to stimuli.

 

performing lumbar function:

This is followed by sampling of the spinal cord from the lumbar region, and usually studies on this sample can be helpful in rejecting or accepting MS disease.

 

Perform an MRI:

to look for lesions in the affected brain and spinal cord.

Usually people with internal tremors should be referred to a neurologist with these documents.

 

treatment

In order to get the right treatment, the first step is to have a correct diagnosis. Often, internal tremors caused by an underlying disease can be treated by treating the underlying cause. If enough research has been done on you and your doctor has not been able to find a cause, you may need to do more research, but there is a well-known medication for the treatment of cases where internal tremor has been followed by a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease and essential tremor, which we will discuss below.

 

Medication to control Parkinson's:

Patients with Parkinson's usually need medication to control their condition. Drugs used in these patients increase the amount of dopamine in the brain or are drugs that mimic the effects of dopamine. Dopamine is a chemical messenger in the brain that keeps your body moving smoothly. These drugs include the following:

  • pramipexole (Mirapex)
  • carbidopa Levodopa (cinema)
  • ropinirole (Requip)

 

Medication for Essential Tremor:

There are two categories of drugs used to treat this disorder. A class of drugs called beta-blockers, which are a group of blood pressure control drugs whose side effects are vibration control. The most prominent drug in this category is propranolol. Sometimes your doctor may prescribe some antiepileptic drugs such as primidone (yasnal).

 

Medication for MS disorder:

The type of drug treatment used for patients with, MS disease depends on the type of MS disease as well as its progression. Usually steroids are used to suppress inflammation in the brain and spinal cord. Other treatments that alleviate the disease, for example drugs include:

  • interferon
  • glatiramer acetate (copaxone)

 

What are the drugs used to control vibration?

These drugs, which are used specifically for vibration control, are as follows:

 

Anticholinergic drugs such as:

  • benztropine (cogentin)
  • trihexyphenidyl (Artane)
  • Botulinum toxin

Tranquilizers such as:

  • alprazolam (xanax)
  • clonazepam (clonopine)

These last drugs are used in cases where anxiety and stress are associated with tumor.

 

Other treatment options that are available as treatment options that help your body achieve better muscle control include the following:

deep brain stimulation (DBS):

This option is usually used when the rest of the treatment modalities do not work. In this method, your doctor inserts electrodes into your brain, and a battery inserts into your chest, and sends electrical pulses to parts of your brain that control movement.

 

Outlook for the disorder

In general, internal tremors are not dangerous. They can cause unpleasant conditions for the affected person, and how well this symptom can be treated depends on what is causing it and what is the underlying cause and what treatment you have received for it.

In order to achieve a proper and effective treatment, it is necessary for your doctor to try some medications from time to time, although some of these medications may not have been very useful and effective. In the other words with these mistakes the doctor can access to the right treatment for you.

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