A person with involuntary head shaking could be suffering from a condition called essential tremor. Essential tremor is a condition that involves involuntary shaking of the head and the hands. This condition can worsen i... More »

There can be many reasons for involuntary leg shaking or tremors. It is possible to develop shaking limbs after experiencing a traumatic brain injury. Some other causes of this symptom are taking certain medications, liv... More »

According to petMD, localized involuntary muscle tremors can cause a dog's head to shake slightly. Involuntary muscle tremors can also cause a dog's entire body to shake. Localized tremors that affect only the hind legs ... More »

The possible causes of involuntary finger twitching include peripheral neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome and a benign essential tremor, according to WebMD. A vitamin B-12 deficiency, low blood sugar and panic attacks ca... More »

There can be many reasons for involuntary leg shaking or tremors. It is possible to develop shaking limbs after experiencing a traumatic brain injury. Some other causes of this symptom are taking certain medications, liv... More »

Paroxysmal positional vertigo, a condition that can develop as a person ages or after suffering a head injury, causes dizziness after bending, according to the National Institutes of Health. The inner ear contains minute... More »

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Excessive sweating on the head can be hereditary, a side effect of a medication, triggered by a particular type of weather or caused by another condition, according to Healthline. Treatment options for localized excessiv... More »