The hand tremors of young people are mainly caused by physiological reasons, and may also be caused by hypoglycemia and pathological hand tremors. Symptoms can be relieved by improving diet, changing living habits and drug treatment .
Reasons for hand tremors in young people:
1. Physiological reasons. The central nervous system of our brain controls the nervous parts of the whole body. If the mental state in the brain is too tense, it will cause the central nervous system to be tense, especially for young people. The nerves and blood of young people are very active. Once there is a tense state After the state, it will cause the nerves in our hands and feet to become tense, which will cause the trembling of our hands and feet, which is tremors in this case. Excessive drinking and poisoning can also cause hand tremors. After drinking and poisoning, the minerals and vitamins in the body are completely destroyed by alcohol, and hand tremors may also occur.
2. Hypoglycemia. Due to the low blood sugar in the blood, the sympathetic nerves are overexcited, causing an increase in the secretion of adrenaline. Thus, clinically, it will be manifested as hand tremor, palpitation, dizziness, tinnitus, hunger, and sweating.
3. Pathological hand tremor. Clinically, it is common in hyperthyroidism. Hyperthyroidism is caused by excessive thyroid hormone secreted by the thyroid gland. The clinical manifestations are palpitation, hand shaking, fear of heat, sweating and other symptoms. Stiffness, fear of cold, limited activity, soreness and pain. Acute myocarditis was accompanied by influenza in adolescence, and chronic myocarditis was formed due to incomplete treatment. There will also be palpitation, dizziness, and fatigue.
Solutions for young people shaking hands:
1. Diet. You can quickly eat sugary foods, such as biscuits, cakes, sugar water, and fruits, which can quickly relieve the symptoms of hand tremors in patients.
2. Life. In terms of life, pay attention to quitting smoking, drinking, avoiding staying up late, and not being overworked. At the same time, you must maintain a happy mood and reduce the pressure from the outside world and yourself.
3. Drugs. Methimazole or propylthiouracil can be given orally. If the patient’s heart rate is fast, propranolol needs to be taken orally, and the symptoms of hand tremor can be improved. The above-mentioned drugs need to be taken under the guidance of a doctor, and the appropriate dosage and course of treatment should be selected according to the patient’s condition, and they should not be taken blindly by themselves.