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Feeling Very Much Little Shake In My Fingers From Last

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Posted on Mon, 27 Jul 2020
Question: Feeling very much little shake in my fingers from last one month. What could be the reason for this and how to treat it.
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Answered by Dr. Aashish Raghu (2 hours later)
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Hi XXXXXXX

Thanks for the query

Do you have tremors in your fingers?

Is it for one or both hands? Is there increased sweating?

Are you taking any medications?

Usually tremors can be due to do many reasons.

Avoid coffee, smoking, or any sort of nicotine like in paan. Eat healthy and drink 2-3 litres of water daily. Practice Yoga and Pranayam to reduce stress which can also cause tremors and anxiety.

Kindly answer the above questions and also tell me anything you feel important for me to be able to help you.

Thanking you.

Regards,

Aashish Raghu
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Follow up: Dr. Aashish Raghu (12 minutes later)
Hi Aashish,

I am not observing tremors all the time. Sometimes only i feel slight shake in both the hands. And no increased sweating also.
I am not under any medication.

Regards,
Anjali
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Follow up: Dr. Aashish Raghu (1 minute later)
Should i go for a body checkup? Will that help to find out.
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Answered by Dr. Aashish Raghu (3 hours later)
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Thanks for your reply XXXXXXX

It would be a good idea to get your Thyroid test, Full blood count, Fasting and Post-prandial blood sugar tests. This is to rule out Thyroid problems, Anaemia and Diabetes or even low blood sugar respectively.

Yes, a full body check up could help as well. Do avoid caffeine in the form of tea and coffee for now. Practice deep breathing exercises to reduce stress.

Do let me know your next course of action as well.

Thank you.

Aashish Raghu
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Follow up: Dr. Aashish Raghu (2 days later)
Hi XXXXXXX

I have my blood report. I have uploaded that. Two things are not normal.
Please have a look and let me know the medication.

Regards,
Anjali
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Answered by Dr. Aashish Raghu (1 hour later)
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Hi XXXXXXX

I have looked through your Full blood count report. Out of the two seemingly abnormal results it's only the ESR which is significant. The RDW being slightly less is nothing of concern.There's nothing to worry about.

This high ESR just signifies that there is some inflammation in the body. It does not signify any specific problem. No action needs to be taken based on the results of this report.

From this blood report we have ruled out that you do not have anaemia which is low blood. It is essential to find out if you have thyroid problems which can cause tremors of the hands.

If possible do get thyroid blood test done (to be done in the morning) and also do blood sugar test if you haven't done them before. Also Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D tests will be useful.


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Follow up: Dr. Aashish Raghu (2 days later)
Hi Aashish,

I have done my Vitamin-D, Vitamin-B12, Blood sugar and Thyroid test and i have attached the report.
Please have a look.

Regards,
Anjali
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Answered by Dr. Aashish Raghu (1 hour later)
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Hi XXXXXXX

Thank you for doing the blood tests. The good news is you do not have Thyroid problem, Vitamin B12 deficiency or Blood sugar problems at this time.

Although your Vitamin D is in the insufficient level, I would advise you to take Vitamin D 1000IU daily after meal for 3 months and repeat the Vitamin D test again at that time. Vitamin D deficiency is known to be associated with tremors and also problems along with body pain.

The best would be a combination tablet or capsule of Vitamin D, Calcium and Magnesium for proper body function. An ideal tablet for this cause can be CALCIMAX FORTE which can be taken twice a day in the morning and afternoon after meals for 3 months.

Also it is important to walk for 20-30 minutes a day for 3 days a week and drink 2 litres of water everyday for proper body function.

I hope I have answered your query.

I will be available to answer your follow up queries.

Regards,

Aashish Raghu
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Follow up: Dr. Aashish Raghu (10 minutes later)
Thanks much Dr Aashish.
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Answered by Dr. Aashish Raghu (15 minutes later)
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My pleasure, Ms XXXXXXX Hope you get well soon. Feel free to follow up with me at any time. Thank you.
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Feeling Very Much Little Shake In My Fingers From Last

Brief Answer: Answer Detailed Answer: Hi XXXXXXX Thanks for the query Do you have tremors in your fingers? Is it for one or both hands? Is there increased sweating? Are you taking any medications? Usually tremors can be due to do many reasons. Avoid coffee, smoking, or any sort of nicotine like in paan. Eat healthy and drink 2-3 litres of water daily. Practice Yoga and Pranayam to reduce stress which can also cause tremors and anxiety. Kindly answer the above questions and also tell me anything you feel important for me to be able to help you. Thanking you. Regards, Aashish Raghu