2. Parkinsonian Tremor
In spite of the name, Parkinsonian tremors don’t only impact patients with Parkinson’s disease. In fact, this form of tremor can wreak havoc on drug users, those with infections, and those with other neurodegenerative disorders. This tremor causing the hands to move uncontrollably in a motion referred to as “pill-rolling” (because it resembles a pill being rolled between the thumbs and fingers) and “rolls” from one side of the body to the other. Similar to other tremors, Parkinsonian tremors are often provoked by stress.