Commonly called an essential tremor, this nerve disorder can cause the uncontrollable shaking of a certain body part or parts. Tremors can cause shaking in any part of the body, but most commonly affect your hands when performing a simple task like drinking water or tying your shoes. This condition typically does not present in a dangerous manner, but with time can worsen and develop into a severe disorder. Roughly half of essential tremor cases stem from a genetic mutation. The cause of the other half of cases remains unknown, although many people frequently confuse tremors with Parkinson's disease.
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