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... I have twitches when I rest or sleep all over my body. It might be Benign Fasciculitis Syndrome. I've been told to meditate twice per day for 30 minutes each. ... (1 replies)
... muscle jerks. I have to say that I'm experiencing way more than a dozen muscle twitches a day. I have been paying more attention to them and have to say I experience hundreds a day. Sometimes when I am really busy it's hard to notice them at all. ... (57 replies)
... Hi...posted this under neuropathy, but it seems like this topic belongs here. I have been having random muscle twitches for the last month. I mostly notice it when I am at rest or sitting watching tv. ... (0 replies)

... Vit D deficiency can cause muscle fatigue and interfere with metabolism of other essential elements such as calcium and magnesium. ... (1 replies)
... I was on nexium 40mg for about 2 months and then my dr increased my dosage to 40mg 2x day due to my symptoms of gerd not going away. ... (0 replies)
... Eventually the cramps got worse, and my left foot started turning in painfully. I did have a clubbed right foot when I was born, and that was corrected surgically when I was a baby. I was actually the poster child for this surgery that is performed around the world today. ... (0 replies)
... ut 2 months now. it just started when i noticed these swollen glands in my pelvic area. Went to see 2 different docs. both ran blood tests, urine cultures, chest and back exrays.. everything is normal they say. ... (9 replies)
... Magnesium also assists in calcium and potassium uptake. That means if you're taking calcium without magnesium You're not absorbing it! ... (6 replies)
... Magnesium also assists in calcium and potassium uptake. That means if you're taking calcium without magnesium You're not absorbing it! ... (14 replies)


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