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Severe Muscle Twitch
What could severe muscle twitch / quiver in middle of chest be caused from. ? Pulse seems normal with twitching. Starting to be painful.
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Severe muscle twitching, spasming, contorting of hands/feet, severe tingling all over, legs feel like bricks, electrolytes are good, neg blood for MG?
Normal? : The sudden jerking movement occurring on the verge of falling asleep is a normal phenomenon! ...Read more
Muscle spasms (severe), twitching, aching esp. in upper body, aching thighs, heavy feet, ringing ears worsened by poor sleep or physical stress. Help!
Muscle pain : See your doctor to discuss these issues further . It is possible you may have Fibromyalgia Syndrome , which is a sleep disorder . Your doctor should have an information sheet on this disorder . Read it and highlight the S& S that you have . If you find yourself highlighting most of it , then you have it . It is treatable with exercise and better sleep . ...Read more
Can stress and anxiety cause severe body soreness, weakness, and muscle twitching all over constantly?
Yes, anxiety can: produce such symptoms but so can many other things. It is important that you see your doc. If he/she rules out medical conditions please see a mental health professional. Do not rely on medication alone but learn some self-regulatory procedures like self-hypnosis, self talk changing, etc. Peace and good health. Biofeedback may be helpful also. ...Read more
No: Your collection of symptoms is unlikely to be ALS. ...Read more
Fibers contracting: The brain sends messages to the muckes (via nerves) to tell the muscle to move. Occasionally, the chemicals that mediate this process allow for a muscle (or part of a muscle) to contract without any planned action. Causes range from nothing at all ( most prople get them occasionally) to fatigue to vitamin/ mineral imbalance. If happening frequently, see your doctor to rule out systemic reason. ...Read more
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