What causes tremor?
A tremor is an unintentional and uncontrollable rhythmic movement of one part or one limb of your body. A tremor can occur in any part of the body and at any time. It’s usually the result of a problem in the part of your brain that controls muscular movement. Tremors are not always dangerous, but in some cases, they may indicate a serious disorder. Most tremors can’t be treated easily, but they will often go away on their own.
It’s important to note that muscle spasms, muscle twitches, and tremors are not the same thing. A muscle spasm is the involuntary contraction of muscle. A muscle spasm is a graceful uncontrolled movement of a small portion of a larger muscle. This twitch may be visible under the skin.
Types of Tremors
Tremors are divided into two categories: resting and action.
Resting tremors occur when you’re sitting or lying still. Once you begin to move around, you’ll notice that the tremor goes away. Resting tremors often affect only the hands or fingers.
Action tremors occur during movement of the affected body part. Action tremors are further divided into subcategories:
An intention tremor occurs during targeted movement, such as touching your finger to your nose.
A postural tremor occurs when holding a position against gravity, such as holding your arm or leg outstretched.
Task-specific tremors occur during a particular activity, such as writing.
Kinetic tremors occur during movement of a body part, such as moving your wrist up and down.
Isometric tremors occur during the voluntary contraction of muscle without another movement of the tissue.
Mudra For Tremors
Mudra is a part of holistic healing Ayurveda and Yoga. It is very useful and easy to practice. Anyone can do it anytime, and there is no need of any expertise to do it. Just forty-five minutes of regular practice is enough to get good results. To know more about these mudras click on the links.
Before practicing Mudras it is very important to find your Ayurvedic Body type To find your Ayurvedic body type follow this link