Muscle twitching?




Answer:
Muscle twitches are fine movements of a small area of muscle
muscle twitches are call Muscle fasciculation; Fasciculations of muscle.
Muscle twitches are minor and often budge unnoticed. Some are common and regular, while others indicate a neurologic disorder.

Common causes:
1.Benign twitches (not cause by disease or disorders)
Often affecting the eyelids, calf, or thumb
Normal and quite adjectives, often triggered by stress or anxiety
2.A diet lesser amount
3.Drug overdose (caffeine)
4.Drug side effect (such as diuretics, corticosteroids and estrogens)
5.Exercise

There is usually no treatment necessary.Call your vigour care provider if you own prolonged or persistent muscle twitches.
Random electrical impulse causing muscle fibers to contract.
I hold always be told that muscle twitching is a result of not enough potassium within your body. I dont know how true that is. Eat a banana and find out! ha, ha!!
A little is Natural.
You're alive !
Have a cup of milk and see if it helps serenity you down.
its normal


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