When hungry, your hands shake due to low blood sugar levels causing a drop in energy supply to muscles. When you are hungry, a decrease in blood sugar levels occurs, leading to a lack of energy supply to the muscles.
This results in the shaking or trembling of your hands. This phenomenon is commonly known as hand tremors or essential tremors, and it is a temporary condition that occurs due to the body’s response to low blood sugar levels. These tremors are involuntary and can affect your daily activities, making it difficult to perform tasks that require steady hand movements.
We’ll look at the causes of your trembling hands when you’re hungry and talk about treatments and prevention options.