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Dyskinesias: Involuntary movements are broken down into those caused by a tremor, tics, myoclonus, dystonias, chorea, athetosis, and hemiballismus. Those hyperkinetic movement disorders that have a tendency to involve the head include tremors (titubation), tics, and dystonias. The cause for the aforementioned are mostly genetic but at times can be related to metabolic disturbances or meds. Well wishes. ...Read more
Laying down or sitting down side of head twitch or pulse. Not always but throughout the day. No pain associated with it. Why?
Muscle fatigue: Muscles will often twitch when they have been fatigued and then are resting. You may also feel your pulse when you are relaxed and that could be what you're feeling. Sometimes if there is a nerve that's irritated it can cause twitching and cramping but that's usually lower extremity and associated with some pain. Not to worry nothing unusual. Good health ...Read more
I was punched in the left side of my head last month. Went to the e.R. But was ok. Lately my head twitches on that side now. What could it be?Serious?
When I'm sitting at the front of the class or I'm alone with a bunch of people around me, my head twitches and shakes. It's anxiety. What do I do?
Therapy?: Have you yet tried any form of psychotherapy? Typically, the optimal combination of things to treat emotional issues such as anxiety or depression is medication (which, on your best day, is supposed to take the edge off symptoms) but the real gruntwork takes place in psychotherapist's consulting room. ...Read more
Every once in a while i feel my veins in my head twitch.Why? I'ma 28 year old female and i'm kinds scared..
Related to artery: This symptom actually happens to all of us at some time. It most likely is related to the arterial pulsation. The arteries which pulsate lie next to the corresponding veins. With changes in pulse rate, blood pressure and hydration the veins may dilate and reflect the arterial pulse of which we then become aware. ...Read more