What on earth is this leg vibration thing? So many reports of it by people posted here. Mine is right thigh. Lasts for 2-3 seconds. And yes, I keep my iPhone in that pocket. Take tons of vitamins. Heart is fine. No circulation issues (that I know of). Have some dic degeneration in lower back. But who doesn't when they're over 50?
So many people are posting about this...it's true.
We still haven't come to a general consensus on what the cause is.
I get that feeling in many parts of my body...and I think it's caused by sitting the wrong way...compressing some nerve or another. I've asked the doctor in the past and he's basically just shrugged it off saying that many people get it...ugh. lol
I find that going to the chiropractor once in a while helps. After my hips have been aligned the feeling stops for many months.
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