Vein twitching?

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I was just wondering if your veins can twitch? Like an hour ago I was about to fall back asleep and my dad yelled for some reason I think he was watching the news and I jolted up and turned my head to the right to see if he was ok, he was. But when I tried going back to sleep I felt like there was a twitch or pulsating feeling on the left side of my neck. If I counted correctly it was like about 3-4 twitches/pulses. Then like 3 minutes after I felt a pain in sort of the same location like on the trapizuis muscle that lasted about 5 minutes.

I'm scared it could be the vein but the location is a little off from the location of the artery in our neck

I don't feel anything right now

I have been stressing a lot lately if you guys have noticed how many times I've posted on here

But I fear heart attack or stroke and a million other health problems

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    Yes I get it where the vein comes up a little and can feel it pulsing I always get muscle twitching mining in my arms
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    I get muscle twitches everywhere! Does it kind of look like your skin is getting sucked into your bones? I've asked many doctors about this. It's totally normal
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    Bloody twitches used to drive me mad,I got them everywhere. The worst for me was the fingers and thumbs. It's most definitely your nerves matey,once I recovered from anxiety they stopped,they do show their ugly face every bluemoon but I ignore them and they go withing minutes. If you concentrate on them you'll get them everywhere,and I mean everywhere,I had them in my árse cheeks once. Mine felt like bubbling water travelling down my vains. I remember the day I got them. I was googling my new symptom (stiff neck) ended up on some forum for some nasty disease,and one of the symptoms to this illness was twitching,as soon as I read it I started to twich,and I'm not exaggerating,it happen there and then. It took minutes to get twitches and 12 months to get rid. 
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