I am 23y.o and since my early teenage years I remember my hands trembling for no apparent reason: My mom would notice it sometimes at the dinner table because the fork would be shaking in my hand. Now I've grown to be more conscious of it. If I'm on a date or something I'm generally nervous so my hands are shaking like a leaf. Anxious/nervous situations make it a little out of control because I start looking like I have Parkinson's. Considering my age it freaks people out. It's also bad when I step out of a hot shower, or hot summer days when my hands swell up and once again shake. (It seems to not like the heat. I've been told to see a neurologist but I think that's a little much. What should I do? I have no other symptoms, but I'm 23 and I can only imagine what my hands will look like by 50!
SEE YOUR primary and get referred to a Neurologist. Spend the time and money to relieve your mind at least. I'm diabetic (22yrs old, strong healthy(relative) male, you would never know by looking at me, I have girls, the fast car, the nice house, in college blah blah...but guess what my body is a wreck on the inside.) I get blood work every 3 to 6 months... they test everything to make sure I don't have further complications; I'm on this neuro. site b/c unfortunate for me I may be developing Neuropathies in my legs and hands and such is causing intense pain(like go to the ER pain)... just had a Nerve conduction test it was like being shocked over and over but well worth it...Who knows maybe you have a vitamin def. or electrolyte imbalance and it will be as easy as modification to your diet. TAKE CARE go do what you know you need to do.
I am exactly like you mate i'm 23 years old and have a tremor in my hands, they dont shake 24/7 but i havent been able to find out the cause of it yet. I cant join the british paratroopers because of it so going to see a Neurologist and see what they come up with. When i went to my GP a year ago he said it was probably benign tremor familial but personally i think i have to see a specialist. good luck man