Tingling all over? Fibro? Lyme disease? :/ or just plain anxiety?
I'm 16 and have been tingling all over. I've never been numb anywhere, I have better coordination than I usually have and I don't have any headaches. However, I can't help but wonder what causes the tingling, muscle twitches, insomnia and mild muscle pain. I also have a slightly stiff neck. I had fears about Lyme disease and MS, but MS has been ruled out. Could it be Lyme? Would I be more ill if it was Lyme? I'm not fatigued or anything either, just suffering from insomnia. The symptoms are not debilitating, but annoying. What is this?
I was going to say the same thing as Red_Star. It could be deficiencies. Magnesium and vitamin D 2000 IU in the morning and calcium at night. Also, try a whole-food type supplement. Drink water and not too much caffeine and absolutely NO artificial sweetners. My neurologist told me this before I told her anything about my problem, lol. I don't use them though.
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