WebMD lists a number of conditions associated with body shaking, including the flu in adults, viral syndrome and Parkinson's disease. An acute stress reaction or cold exposure also causing body shakes. WebMD also notes s... More »

The most common cause of leg shaking, also known as tremors, is neurological disorders or conditions. Other causes include certain drugs, alcohol withdrawal, liver failure, mercury poisoning and overactive thyroid. Some ... More »

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Shaking while sleeping is typically caused by the onset of anxiety, stress, night tremors and hiccups, according to Mayo Clinic. In extreme cases, shaking while sleeping could be a symptom of an underlying disease such a... More »

Health conditions that may cause hand tremors include stroke, dystonia, multiple sclerosis, overactive thyroid, Parkinson's disease and peripheral neuropathy. The main cause of tremor is not known, but it is linked to un... More »

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A tremor can serve as a warning sign for some conditions, including Parkinson's disease, mercury poisoning, overactive thyroid and liver failure, notes MedicineNet. Some neurological disorders that can produce a tremor i... More »

A neurologist diagnoses and treats a wide range of nervous system disorders and conditions, including Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, migraine headaches and stroke, explains Life NPH. Other medical pr... More »

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A variety of medical conditions, such as Parkinson's disease and stroke, that decrease patients' ability to control oral or facial muscles can cause hypersalivation, or sialorrhea, states American Family Physician. It is... More »

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