But it can also appear in other parts of the body, including the lower lip, jaw or leg. These tremors can interfere with routine activities such as shaving, dressing, writing and many other tasks that require fine motor coordination. Some people report an internal tremor, a shaking sensation inside the chest, abdomen or limbs that cannot be seen. Tremor usually affects only one side of the body, especially during early stages of the disease. With disease progression both sides may become affected.
Aim to stay calm. Pay close awareness to what happens during and afterwards the seizure. During a seizure: Care for the person from injury. Keep him or her from falling if you can, or try to guide the person gently to the floor. Aim to move furniture or other objects that might injure the person all through the seizure. If the person is having a seizure and is arrange the ground when you arrive, aim to position the person on his or her side so that adaptable can leak out of the aperture. But be careful not to affect too much pressure to the amount. Do not force anything, including your fingers, into the person's mouth. Putting something in the person's mouth can cause injuries to him or her, such as chipped teeth or a fractured jaw.