- Muscle Twitching
A certain muscle, group, or groups of muscles twitch (jerk)
involuntarily. Even if you try and relax the muscle or group
of muscles the twitching continues.
It may involve one particular muscle or group of muscles, or
may randomly shift from one group to another. It may also include
several different muscles or groups of muscles at one time.
The twitching may appear for a few brief moments, last for minutes
or hours, or persist for days and even weeks off and on. It may
also persist even when trying to go to sleep, when asleep, or
when waking up.
NOTE: There are direct physiological and
psychological reasons why anxiety symptoms occur. The members
area contains detailed information about common anxiety symptoms
including what they are, why they occur, and what you can do
to eliminate them. It includes the anxiety symptoms muscle twitching.