body feeling shaky but not visible to see

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Recently, in the middle of the night, I feel my body shaking slightly, almost as if internally. Now I feel it during the day sometimes. But if I look at my hands and legs, I don't see them shaking. I just feel it. I an going through peri-menopause. I am thinking could it be related to that? This makes it hard for me to sleep because the worst is racing through my mind. Has anyone experienced this weird feeling?

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    YES, especially on lying down at night. I've experienced a couple of very small earthquakes in the past and it feels the same, like the bed's gently rocking. I thought it might be related to my ears, which are always ringing. If I'm anxious or stressed the feeling's more pronounced.

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    yes, been feeling this for a couple of weeks.

    I am up now because I didnt sleep all night because of that feeling and stomach issues. It is worse at bedtime .

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    Yes experience same

    i feel lower part of my body is shaking ..i feel much in night when i go to bed.

    Sometimes shakes is soo much that its seen physically legs r shaking my hubby told me many times..i feel my legs r like jells .

    Its other symptom of Peri dear

    Hang is there


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    YES it is one of my scary symptoms I had all through peri-meno and I am now post meno and I still get it! Lots of times it will throw me into a panic or make me think my sugar is dropping. I did the same thing you did I would fell the tremors and shakes internally but I would stick my hand out my legs and see if I could actually see them move but they did not it was all internally! 
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    yes i also feel the inner vibrations when suddenly get from a nap. feels like someone is shaking the cot.

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