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Drug-induced tremor (DIT) is a term used to describe tremors that develop or increase in severity due to various medications administration. As multiple drugs are associated with DIT it is quite common in clinical practice and medication dose is frequently associated with tremor severity. DIT is associated with commonly prescribed drugs such as amiodarone, antidepressants, β-agonists, cyclosporine, lithium, tacrolimus and valproic acid. DIT mechanisms include dopamine receptors block,doi:10.14412/2074-2711-2022-2-4-10 fatcat:tz7gleny7zhz7htfub4zenw3m4