Physiologic tremor occurs in every normal individual and has no clinical significance. It is rarely visible to the eye and may be heightened by strong emotion, physical exhaustion, hypoglycemia, hyperthyroidism, heavy metal poisoning, stimulants, alcohol withdrawal, or fever.
References and Readings
- Anna DePold, H., & Marcus P. L. (2007). Tremors: Diagnosis and treatment. In S. Fahn, & J. Jankovic (Eds.), Movement disorders (pp. 451–479). Philadelphia: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier.Google Scholar