Yeah for me it got to the point where whenever I see people I worry about shaking above anything else, even when sa doesn't come into it. The thought of me shaking makes me anxious and more likely to shake. Whenever I think about it, my body tenses and fights off the impulses in my muscles and nerves. I think it's a neurological disorder. I want to get referred to a neurologist but I am embarassed to see a gp about it because in the past the gp just didn't treat this problem by brushing it off. In actual fact this is my number one problem, above blushing, shaky hands, shaky voice, lack of small talk, sweating. Basically this is above sa..
By the way I do see people shake sometimes, and it's pretty obvious. It mostly occurs in old people due to medical problems. I have seen a middle aged woman do it once (well she might be in her 30s) but she had a calm smile on her face. She could've been either oblivious, careless, or she was putting on a brave face by smiling. When I see it in other people it never bothers me and I don't see other people kick up a fuss. They almost seem natural. I think if they also act nervous then it might look like they are a bit suspicious.