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I get involuntary twitching while trying to sleep. Why?

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Dr. Donald Jacobson
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In brief: Sleep myoclonus

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It is probably nothing to worry about, but if it continues to worry you or interrupt your sleep, you may wish to see a neurologist who is also a sleep specialist. www.sleepassociation.org/index.php?p=sleepmyoclonus sleep myoclonus: sleep myoclonus is a form of myoclonus which occurs during sleep, usually in the stage just before deep sleep. Best wishes.

In brief: Sleep myoclonus

Please read the article below.
It is probably nothing to worry about, but if it continues to worry you or interrupt your sleep, you may wish to see a neurologist who is also a sleep specialist. www.sleepassociation.org/index.php?p=sleepmyoclonus sleep myoclonus: sleep myoclonus is a form of myoclonus which occurs during sleep, usually in the stage just before deep sleep. Best wishes.
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