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Why Do Some People Get Intense Trembling And Twitching When Nervous
Well..it may cause..: For example: heartburn can be perceived as a possible heart attack and thus can cause the person to be nervous/anxious/scared, but this just means it can trigger those symptoms, not causing the anxiety disorder itself. Having underlying anxiety disorder and having certain illnesses can make the anxiety worse over time. If severe/persistent, you can develop anxiety/depressive disorder. Consult doc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Adrenaline: When we get nervous, anxious, or even afraid or excited, our bodies release adrenaline. Depending on how sensitive one is to adrenaline, one can develop trembling and twitching. People with generalized anxiety disorder or panic disorder sometimes describe trembling. Also, people with essential tremor can worsen their tremor when anxious or nervous. ...Read more
On Celexa 20mg for 6 years. It stopped working. I have had 3 panic attacks. Primary doc added buspar 10 mg 2x/day 5 days ago. Experiencing increased nervousness, jitters, muscle twitch. Should I hold out as it does block a full panic.
I have bouts of rapid heart rate, shaky hands, nervousness, & a feeling of internal trembling through my chest, back/abdomen, & random chest/side pai?
I get a twitching sensation above my left ear. Feel a 2 second vibration/slight trembling close to the left temple 8-10 times/day. Stress? Bad thing?
Trembling right upper lip for two months only after workout and lasts for couple of minutes only. Generalized muscle twitches especially on calves.M30?
Get evaluation: The medical term for muscle twitching is "fasciculation". It can be caused by electrolyte imbalance (sodium, potassium, calcium) as well as by a number of medicines. Since it is a new phenomenon, you should see your physician to have himher evaluate it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does subconcious anxiety exist? Trembling upon waking, eye twitching, jaw locking upon waking. I don't feel stressed or anxious, but my body disagrees
There isn't a : Subconscious anxiety. I would guess that you may clinch or grind your teeth at night. That can go up with anxiety but not dependant on it. That would cause the jaw issue and is called bruxism or TMJ (tmjd more precisely) the trembling, hard to answer; headaches? The med. Treatment for bruxism is Clonazepam at night, perhaps a dental splint. I would go in, it may be something else; gd luc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Symptom or underlyin: Unless medically contraindicated: take half dose immodium-ad prophylactically prior to trip. But the real issue is the underlying anxiety about travel/flying, conflict with travel companions. All trips? Vacation? Business? Family reunions? Examine with greater attention to the details what the contributing ingredients may be. ...Read more
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