Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

Tremor

Tremor is an unintentional (involuntary), rhythmical alternating movement that can affect the muscles of any part of the body.

Tremor is caused by the rapid, alternating contraction and relaxation of muscles, or groups of muscles, and is relatively common in multiple sclerosis.

Uncontrollable tremor or shaking is a common symptom of disorders that involve neurological tissue such as multiple sclerosis.

Tremor may also occur after stroke or head injury.

A tremor that gets worse during body movement is called an "intention tremor". This type of tremor is a sign that the cerebellum is involved; a region of the brain concerned chiefly with movement, balance and coordination.

 

Early Symptoms

| Early Symptoms of MS |

Arms and Legs

| Foot Drop | Paralysis | Spasticity | Tremor |

Head and Neck

| Adjustment Disorder | Balance | Brain Fog | Cognitive Problems | Concentration | Depression | Dizziness | Emotions | Euphoria | Language | L'Hermittes Sign | Memory Problems | Mental Problems | Optic Neuritis | Paranoia | Psychosis | Speech Problems | Vertigo | Vision Problems |

Body and Body as a whole

| Bladder | Bowel | Fatigue | Numbness | Pain | Sexual Dysfunction | Uhthoff's Phenomenon |

 

Multiple Sclerosis

Around 400,000 people in the United States have Multiple Sclerosis.

Life Expectancy

Life expectancy for people who have multiple sclerosis is growing longer with every passing year, particularly with the advancement of medical science, new drugs and better care and understanding of the disease.... Read More