We see many people in our life as shaking their legs while sitting in a chair. It is proven to relieve stress and anxiety, it’s completely natural, and it can help you sleep better. You’ll be able to diagnose the characteristic bodily language cues that convey too much, too little, or just the wrong message about how you’re feeling. Contrary to what you may believe, shaking is a sign that your body is releasing energy.  This is often described as aching, tingling, or crawling in nature. It seems to me that a your tremors are obviously caused by social stress of some sort, which means that the obvious cure for this is to treat your stress, and I don’t know if chewing Frankincense will help with that…, I would try to do every stress relief method until I find the one that works at least like the Whiskey does…. By the time you’re done, you’ll have a greater understanding of how even the most seemingly insignificant bodily gestures can provide key signals of your emotions. Opinions? , There are less common differential diagnostic conditions included myelopathy, myopathy, vascular or neurogenic claudication, hypotensive akathisia, orthostatic tremor, painful legs, and moving toes. Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is generally a long-term disorder that causes a strong urge to move one's legs. , Treatment of RLS should not be considered until possible medical causes are ruled out. , Risk factors for RLS include low iron levels, kidney failure, Parkinson's disease, diabetes mellitus, rheumatoid arthritis, pregnancy and coeliac disease. 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