Wednesday, June 20, 2018

tremor -

Tremor is a vibration or shiver that occurs unconsciously. However, tremor is usually an indication of severe nervous system disorders. Another source explains that tremor is a rhythmic and accidental back and forth muscle movement in one or more parts of the body.

Most people are familiar with the unconscious vibrations in the hands they feel when they are nervous or are in severe shock. This tremor is the most common type of tremor in the hands, feet, jaw, tongue, and head. Some people experience mild tremor events, this mild tremor is also called physiological tremor and this can also be triggered by certain diseases.

From these tremor characteristics can be determined on the area of ​​the nervous system that is usually damaged. The synchronization occurring from several muscle groups is coordinated at different levels of the nerves, especially in the basal ganglia contained in the serbri hemispheres, and in the cerebellum protruding into the back of the brain stem. 

In fact, this happens to keep the hand in the same condition against gravity which is an active process, with the corresponding message on the muscles that are uplifting and dropping.