5 Causes Related to Repetitive Hand Movements

Repetitive hand movements — also known as Repetitive Behaviors Syndrome or RHS — are common among people who have Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Lewy body dementia, or even certain psychiatric disorders. These involuntary movements can take many forms, including fidgeting with your fingers, wrists, or hands; picking at your skin; among others. Though they may … Read more