A lack of coordination or clumsiness that cause individuals to constantly drop or spill things can be attributed to a variety of factors that include vision problems, tiredness, arthritis and head injuries, according to WebMD. Alcohol and certain medications can also cause coordination problems.
Additional medical conditions that have been associated with clumsiness include seizures, hypothermia, Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia and brain cancer, according to Healthline. It is important for individuals with unexplained clumsiness to consult with a physician to ensure prompt diagnosis of potentially underlying medical conditions. Treatments for clumsiness depend on the underlying cause of the symptoms.
Individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome may experience numbness in the wrists and hands that causes them to lose their grip and unintentionally drop things, according to NYU Langone Medical Center. Additional symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome include hand weakness, pain that travels up the arm, hand stiffness upon waking and burning sensations in the thumbs and forefingers. Risk factors for developing the condition include obesity, wrist injuries, repetitive motion activities such as typing or sewing, kidney disorders and arthritis. Carpal tunnel syndrome is treated with home care remedies such as rest and ice therapy as well as wrist splints and prescription medications. In certain cases, surgery may be recommended.