Lately while I'm laying down or resting, I'll have a lot of muscle spasms or twitches all over my body.
I'm a bit of a hyprochondriac and have suggnificant anxiety.
But I'll have these muscle spasms in my thighs, feet, biceps, triceps, chest, face etc. They only last a couple of seconds each spasm. But every time I'm at rest Iexperience at LEAST one muscle spasm. I was just wondering if this is anything serious? Or related to stress/anxiety?
Any information or advice would really help me a lot! Thank you:)
In teaching health classes we talk about having the necessary amount of nutrients in your diet to make the cells do their very best. Are you consuming enough calcium, magnesium, potassium and other electrolytes.If you were my daughter I would say lets do a doctor check up, evaluate your eating plan and body mass to height. Hope you are not buying in to thin is in..wellness and feeling good rocks!!!!
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