a disorder that causes tremors and muscle rigidity
A slight earthquake
A sudden feeling of fear or excitement
a tremor of unease
A tremble or quaver in a person's voice
an involuntary vibration (as if from illness or fear)
shake with seismic vibrations; "The earth was quaking"
a small earthquake
shaking or trembling (usually resulting from weakness or stress or disease)
A tremor is an involuntary, somewhat rhythmic, muscle contraction and relaxation involving to-and-fro movements (oscillations or twitching) of one or more body parts. ...
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A shake, quiver, or vibration; An earthquake; To shake or quiver excessively and rapidly or involuntarily; to tremble
(Tremors) Having body trembles or shakes, affecting the ability to safely control the car
(Tremors) Repetitive twitching of muscles
(Tremors) Type of shaking, can be an associated side-effect of antipsychotic medication.
(Tremors) are the most commonly reported symptom of Parkinson’s disease. A tremor is a trembling or sense of shakiness of a limb that is most obvious when that part is not in motion. It is most often noted in hands.
a rhythmical shaking of a limb, head, mouth, tongue, or other part of the body.
A tremor is a rhythmic motion involving a specific part of the body--the hands, arms, neck, head, vocal cords, trunk or legs. The motion involves the muscles going back and forth, like a rocking chair. A person with a tremor cannot control it.
Rhythmic oscillations of a part of the body around a fixed point; usually involve the distal parts of limbs, the head, tongue or jaw.
involuntary, rhythmic oscillatory movements about a fixed point due to alternating or synchronous contractions of agonist and antagonist muscles; see also action, essential, intention, physiologic, postural, resting, and rubral tremor
Rhythmic movement of a joint, usually the hands. Indicative of anxiety states or CNS disease, common as a drug reaction.
Various rhythmic involuntary movements involving the arms, legs or head, occurring in numerous illnesses and conditions and greatly varying in type and severity.
A quivering, involuntary movement of a part or parts of the body.
Any abnormal repetitive shaking movement of the body. Tremors have many causes and can be inherited, be related to illnesses such as thyroid disease, or caused by fever, hypothermia, drugs or fear.
Low amplitude, continuous earthquake activity often associated with movement of magma into a rift zone
an involuntary, oscillating movement which may occur either at rest or with movement.