What does it mean if my upper arm is twitching and I have an increased heart rate while laying down?

Coincidental? Doesn't sound like a common scenario. Excessive (especially forceful) movement will raise the heart rate but would not be expected to be limited to recumbency. It should occur during the movements regardless of position.

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