Tremor: Involuntary trembling
Paralysis: Loss of control and all electric activity within a muscle
Hallucination: A perception of something (as a visual image or a sound) with noexternal cause usually arising from a disorder of the nervous system (as indelirium tremens or in functional psychosis without known neurological disease)or in response to drugs.
Delusions: A false, unshakable belief that cannot be corrected with reasoning, and it is not in the same social,educational, or cultural background of the patient.
Fatigue: Feeling weak
Depression: Mental state of low mood commonly associated with feelings of sadness,emptiness, despair or loss of interest in life or worldly matters.