Our expert says:
"action tremor" is not a diagnosis but a symptom. It is also called an intention tremor. These tremors may result from damage to the cerebellum or its connections. Stroke, multiple sclerosis, tumours, Wilson's disease, alcoholism, and overuse of sedatives or anticonvulsants can cause the cerebellum to malfunction, resulting in an intention tremor. Have you seen a neurologist for further examination?
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