What are some causes of uncontrollable shaking?

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Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, fatigue and brain tumours are the causes of uncontrollable shaking. Parkinson's disease occurs when a specific part of the brain that mainly deals with controlling muscle movement of the hands and the legs, gets damaged. Electrical fluctuations in the brain due to brain tumours cause violent shaking.
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