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Mild tremors/vibrations in muscles after I do some heavy exercise. What should I do ?

Hi doctor I am 24 yrs male, i feel having some mild tremors/vibrations in muscles after i do some heavy exercise, like after running for 1-2 KMs my legs feel some vibrations, if i do exercise in gym then my hand muscels feel same thing, however i dont have anyother problem, I am facing this problem from 3-4 years, also if i lift any heavy things i cant keep them lifted for long time my hands will start shaking, please help me what should i do ?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Feb 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

Hi.. Transient tremors can occur due to the strain on the muscle following physical exercise.. Adequate rest to the muscles and plenty of water needed to avoid these episodes in the future...

Answered: Sun, 14 Feb 2010
  Anonymous's Response

Hi.. Transient tremors can occur due to the strain on the muscle following physical exercise.. Adequate rest to the muscles and plenty of water needed to avoid these episodes in the future...

Answered: Sun, 14 Feb 2010
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