Paper Title
Tremor Detection and Minimization using Non-invasive Techniques

Tremor motion is an involuntary muscle movement which can be caused due to a neurological or a mayopathic or even both disorders. This paper introduces the concept of detection and minimization of tremor motions in the human body. Our main focus is to identify the changes body goes through during tremor motion. By observing these changes we can possibly work out an alternative to pharmacological treatment of said tremor cases and create a more healthy and robust plan to minimize the effects of said tremors. The general idea is to measure the tremor motion from the subject using a inertial measurement unit. The analysis of the subject’s motion will help in determining the characteristics of the tremor motion such as its frequency and amplitude. This information will in turn be used to stimulate the muscles of the subject using short bursts of electric pulses, which will suppress the tremor motion.