Have you ever heard of Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? People suffer a different kinds of difficulties because of this. Such as fatigue, trouble walking, muscle spasms, etc. Another noticeable trouble people face internal tremors.
People suffering from internal tremors feel a vibrating sensation inside the body. Especially while they are sleeping, they feel their bed moving or vibrating, but it is not the case in reality. This is because of that internal quivering.
A number of people on different social networks have shared their vibrating experiences while sleeping. Internal tremor is common among people with MS and different neurological conditions. One example is Parkinson’s disease. According to PRD Journal Research, 36% of people(1) with MS have suffered internal tremors.
MS can affect the immune system and myelin sheath around the nerve. So MS symptoms are generally noticed around the central nervous system. However, suppose any nerve damage happens in the part of the brain that operates talking or moving. In that case, it can lead to symptoms like internal tremors.
Body tremors symptoms
- Several parts of your body may feel shaky, such as your arms, hands, feet, legs, stomach, sides, chest, back, head, buttocks, groin, or even your entire body.
- You feel as if your entire body is trembling.
- There is no apparent reason why your body is shaking, trembling, or vibrating.
- You feel jittery.
- Despite the fact that you are not anxious or stressed your body trembles and shakes.
- You feel as if your body is vibrating.
- This symptom is sometimes referred to as body tremors.
- When you wake up from a nap or wake up from sleep, your body feels vibrating, shaking, and trembling.
- Vibrations, tremors, trembling, or shaking may be visible or not.
How to get rid of body tremors?
Generally, body tremors mostly subside within 20 minutes. Therefore, it is normal and should not be a concern. While tremors caused by hyperstimulation can take a little longer to stop.
The recovery process can be fastened by reducing stress, relaxing breathing practices, increasing the quality of your rest, and not overthinking the tremor feeling. You should contact a certified anxiety therapist if you often face the problem.