Muscle twitching

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Hi

Does any else experience constant muscle twitching for the day; all different muscle such as neck, Butt, hand. cavle ect.. 

Why does this happen? 

Thanks 

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    Throughout the day sorry! 
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      I do have this from time to time mostly my eyes and have known others that have had various muscles do it like even in the arms. I used to have it a LOT way back in high school and was very embarrassed by it. It still happens off and on and I can see it happen. I am pretty sure it is anxiety as there is nothing else that doctors ever were able to find. The more anxious you are about it the worse it gets I have found!
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    Hi Richard, 

    I don't experience this. Unless, very rarely, my eye twitches but I think that happens everyone now and then and it only ever lasts very briefly. . . I am not sure this is anxiety related as I have never come across it as being a symptom of anxiety. 

    Hope you get to the bottom of it though, 

    Agirl x

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    I don't get the lip and throat twitches bit everywhere else I do.

    Butt cheeks, thighs, lower and upper abdo, arms, fingers, neck, jaw, breast muscles..... You get the picture. I'm guessing it's something to do with being so tense. I'm considering getting a massage to try to relieve some of the knots and tightness. 

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    If you suffer from anxiety it is probably from that. I have it all the time. I think its because when you have anxiety your constantly tense and the constant tension makes the muscles contract and twitch. I get twitches all the way from my eyes to my toes sometimes. it is so weird

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