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Some of the conditions that WebMD names, such as toxic shock syndrome and cat-scratch disease, have a clear connection to body shaking. However, some of the other conditions, such as lupus, endocarditis and porphyria, may come as more of a surprise. The site also mentions lyme disease, hypothyroidism in adults, bird flu, west Nile virus, ricin poisoning and tick bites as potential causes of body shaking. Drug use, such as cocaine abuse and methamphetamine use, as well as medication side effects sometimes results in body shaking. A benign essential tremor manifests itself as shaking of the hands and forearms along with a quivering voice. However, tremors themselves often indicate other serious medical conditions or that medications are affecting the central nervous system, such as in the cases of Parkinson's disease, liver failure, alcoholism, mercury exposure, arsenic poisoning, lithium and certain antidepressants. Furthermore, WebMD notes that benign essential tremors differ from those that result from a condition such as Parkinson's disease, which makes a difference in treating the tremor or the condition.

Drinking a protein shake as a meal replacement can help you cut calories, says Mayo Clinic nutritionist Katherine Zeratsky, which leads to eventual weight loss. In a study conducted at Ulm University in Germany, subjects who consumed high-protein meal replacements, such as shakes, lost more weight and fat mass than subjects who simply followed a reduced-calorie diet. One possible reason for the tie between protein shakes and weight loss is the increased satiety that shakes can provide. According to a 2008 article published in the “American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,” protein is more effective at producing lasting fullness than carbohydrates or fat.

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