Muscle twitches!!!!

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Anyone get random muscle twitches? Mine are worse in my right arm, but happen randomly everywhere. My Dr is not at all concerned, but is this an anxiety symptom? Could it be a symptom from taking Zoloft? Been on for 8 days now. I already have issues with that right arm that I have had multiple tests on, but the twitching is driving me crazy!!!

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    Your body is becoming depleted of magneisum. Magnesium glycinate will helo that. Anxiety is draining in the body. Or you can try eating high magnesium foods. Magnessium does plays a huge role in stuff with the muscles and such. Wont stop a oanic attacks but it does calm down muscles and twitches.
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      Any particular brand or place to get it? Of course it makes me convinced I have a terrible disease. I even had an EMG/nerve conduction study which was of course.... Normal. Is it normal for one part of the body to twitch more?
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      yes its normal and yes you can calm it down. Magneisium glycinate pure encapsulations. White and blue bottle. They are 120mg each capsule. If you look on the ingredients that what it says. I only use low dose of one a day so far.very absorbable. Just one a day i take it at night. Some peoole use a bit more i like to go with the lowest doses on anything i use. So far im very pleased with it. I seriously was really skeptical but im happily surprised it does make a difference. took me over a year to start it haha i am overly cautious person with things i take.. but it worked. I also take a b complex after breakfast but that i have been taking for years, never saw much of a difference but i figured its good for the nerves.
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