Legs | General Practice | Foot Tremor (Symptom)
Bilateral feet tremor is the involuntary shaking of both feet. Tremors are an abnormal condition in which a person experiences involuntary muscle movements that can occur in a specific body area, commonly in the hands and arms, or affect the entire body. The expression tremors is also commonly used to refer to sudden jerking or muscle spasms of the body or extremities, such as restless legs syndrome.
Characteristics may include a rhythmic shaking in the hands, arms, head, legs, or trunk. The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of bilateral feet tremor: neurological disorder, akathisia, antipsychotic medication, hypnagogic foot tremor, essential tremor, hypoglycemia. During the wake–sleep transition and sleep, diverse motor phenomena such as hypnagogic foot tremor may occur in the lower extremities.