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... fated attempt to board a flight last november. But I really dont know if that was twitching or trembling. May have just been trembles, but I remember my mom telling me it was very visable no matter how much I tried to conceal it. ... (8 replies)
... Have you ever had the twitching like near the corner of your mouth? ... (8 replies)
... two is. My entire body doesnt twitch. Its never been that way. If I can describe it best I can its only like very sudden movements above my shoulders. The usual twitching I experience mostly is just my eyes blinking along with a slight twitch in my neck or shoulders. ... (8 replies)

... I'm diagnosed as having an anxiety/depression disorder. Whenever I get really stressed out my right eye gets weird muscle spasm things. It's really {REMOVED}annoying. Noone else notices it, it's like a pulse in my eye. But maybe you should try talking to a docter about it. They can usually give you helpful insights. If you're not for medication, then I heard meditation and... (8 replies)
... My boyfriend has that whole body jerk thing as he's falling asleep too, and he doesn't have anxiety problems. I wonder what that is? ... (8 replies)
... Definitely little muscle twitches can be caused by stress and anxiety. Often when I get really stressed out I'll get a little twitch somewhere in my body that just won't go away (often in my eyelid, but they can be anywhere). I've found that by purposefully relaxing myself, it will calm it down. (8 replies)
... anxiety can cause twitching. I have experienced lots of twitching. I get twitching in my upper arms, thighs, eyelids, and sometimes my cheek will even twitch. ... (4 replies)
... the twitches come about, and of course, with the worry wart that I am, I think that I'm dying from like ALS or have MS, so its eating me up mentally, so anyway, does anxiety cause muscle twitching and cause some of these symptoms that I mentioned, please help me with that if you can guys and girls. ... (5 replies)
... What's the difference? I notice sometimes that, you know, you feel a little twich like on your forearm or like your eye lid, but when I'm in bed, just starting to dose off, my whole body jerks. I have restless legs syndrome from Fibromyalgia, but I notice that the "restless" is in more than my legs. Just curious. tk (8 replies)
... That's what I was going to ask you too. :wave: (8 replies)
... muscle twitchings or full body twitchings ? Muscle twitchings are a common thing, body twitchings you should go to a doctor right away (8 replies)
... Last March I started twitching after several months of high situational anxiety. I immediately thought the worst because I 'researched' it on the Internet. Big mistake. ... (4 replies)
... Twitching in any part of the body is very, very common not only with anxiety but just in general. It is no big deal. ... (4 replies)
... hough during my pregnancy I was put under alot of stress and cried and felt angry a heap of times! But I never had any of the symptoms I've had now after birth.. does it all just catch up onto you? ... (5 replies)
... I have recently been diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder. ... (8 replies)
... my butt check has twitched. I have noticed that the twitching has worsened since the stress at work has gotten worse. ... (4 replies)
... Mine does. It's one of my more major symptoms. Basically, an anxiety attack for me starts with tingles all over my body, hot/cold flashes, cold sweats, shortness of breath, stomach upset, noticable heart beat, and - finally - tremors. My tremors are in both my hands and legs. I have also had some muscle twitching - mostly at night. I should mention I am also going through... (2 replies)
... for whatever reason, I have been getting these little twitches under my chin. they come and go at random and are not painful or anything but naturally, being an anxiety sufferer, I am concerned and thinking about all kids of diseases and such. ... (4 replies)
... Stress and Anxiety CAN cause everything you're mentioning. ... (6 replies)
... I'm glad to hear all your tests have come out normal. I wish you luck with your upcoming test. I'll keep you in my prayers. I've been working on my recovery for almost 2 months now. I've been getting a massage every week along with chiropractic adjustments. Thankfully my muscles are feeling better, but I'm still not 100%. I am much more relaxed now than I was before, but I... (6 replies)

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