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First, you are talking about spasms of the scalp...not the brain. The brain has no muscles. But scalp muscles can and do contract as you have described. Most of the time, it's just a nerve irritation and the result is a twitchy muscle. And if the nerve is really irritated, it can hurt as well and the burning, hot sensation you describe is exactly what an irritated or even inflamed nerve feels like. The difference between inflammation and irritation is that the inflamed nerve doesn't stop right away and can keep up for hours and even days.

If you start to find that you have muscle weakness in these muscles that twitch, then see your doctor. That means something more is happening. In the meantime, why not try taking some Vit. B complex. Nerves need all the Vit. B's to function well and perhaps you are low in one or several of them. It can't hurt to take a supplement as the B's are water soluble and if you take too much, the body will just wash it out. So grab a bottle and see if it helps.

I did this after breaking my neck and had tons of muscle spasms due to nerve damage and the Vit. B's helped a lot. Helped the damaged nerves to heal and helped to stop the muscle spasms. Give it a try.
[QUOTE=jennybyc;4874883]First, you are talking about spasms of the scalp...not the brain. The brain has no muscles. But scalp muscles can and do contract as you have described. Most of the time, it's just a nerve irritation and the result is a twitchy muscle. And if the nerve is really irritated, it can hurt as well and the burning, hot sensation you describe is exactly what an irritated or even inflamed nerve feels like. The difference between inflammation and irritation is that the inflamed nerve doesn't stop right away and can keep up for hours and even days.

If you start to find that you have muscle weakness in these muscles that twitch, then see your doctor. That means something more is happening. In the meantime, why not try taking some Vit. B complex. Nerves need all the Vit. B's to function well and perhaps you are low in one or several of them. It can't hurt to take a supplement as the B's are water soluble and if you take too much, the body will just wash it out. So grab a bottle and see if it helps.

I did this after breaking my neck and had tons of muscle spasms due to nerve damage and the Vit. B's helped a lot. Helped the damaged nerves to heal and helped to stop the muscle spasms. Give it a try.[/QUOTE]


I have the exact same thing happen to me it used to happen every other day, then for a short period of time daily. And then it slowly decreased and I am unsure as to why. It just happened to me again today which is how I found your post as I searched "brain spasms", and was looking into researching about it.

I know I've had a lot of sezuires and fainted alot in my past. I'm always weak and tired and lack important nutrients.

I was worried as to what might happen if I start driving and I wasn't fully sure I thought it would be safe for me or any other person on the road. As its unpredictable and there is no way to really stop it. When I get it, it makes me jump almost like a big twitch of my full body usually, or arms or legs. And I also press down on it too.

I like to sleep sometimes when I have them because I hate the feeling. Then I get a weird feeling afterwards and almost like a pins and needles effect.

I have a lot of health issues and have been tested for many different things. For this and related events the doctors thought I could be epileptic so they had don't an EEG, catscan, MRI. Ect incase I may be epeptic, have a blood clot in my brain or could possibly have cancer.

But after all of the tests and also more on my heart. No abnormalities were found.

If you would like to know about me or my health I would be glad to answer all of your questions.





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