The Truth About Essential Tremor: It’s Not Just a Case of Nerves

Stacey Colino, U.S. News & World Report – If your hand routinely shakes when you hold a drink, sign your name or tap a number into your cellphone, you may fear that you’re experiencing signs of Parkinson’s disease. But what you’re more likely to have is essential tremor, a common neurological condition that causes an involuntary, rhythmic trembling of the hands during movement but can also affect the head, voice or legs.

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