Tremors

Glass half-empty: tremors are involuntary shaking, usually of your hands or arms. Glass half-full: you give the best jazz hands/spirit fingers. If the glass is just a glass: tremors are common with MS and nothing to be ashamed of.

They’re usually caused by damage to myelin in an area of the brain known as the ‘cerebellum’, and the nerves connected with it. The cerebellum is the part of the brain that controls your balance and coordination. It ‘smoothes out’ the movement of your limbs, eyes and speech.

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