There are 2 broad categories of tremor types, namely:
(1) ‘physiologic’ / normal tremor or
(2) ‘pathologic’ / abnormal tremor.
About (1) physiological / normal tremor:
Contrary to popular belief, not all tremors are easily perceptible – of the aforementioned, physiological / normal tremor is usually extremely hard to detect. In fact, they are often only noticeable upon close observation of a person’s fully outstretched arms. Physiological / normal tremor is not linked to any medical condition or disease and do not adversely affect a person’s daily activities.
About (2) pathological / abnormal tremor:
Conversely, pathological /abnormal tremor is easy to detect and observe in patients. Unfortunately, such tremor often gets in the way of the daily activities of those who have the condition.
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