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your twitching could be due to benign fasciculations of your small nerves and muscles under your skin
excessive anxiety, fatigue, lack of sleep, dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, muscle fatigue can cause benign fasciculation twitching
MS and ALS is rare.
vistaril is used to help decrease anxiety symptoms.
do you have excessive anxiety symptoms?
excessive anxiety can cause benign fasciculations.
I see. lack of sleep can cause benign muscle twitching and fasciculations.
no, you are not having neuropathy.
your symptoms are not from neuropathy or ALS or MS
you need to exercise and loose some weight to help your diabetes
exercise can help you sleep better during the night.
you have benign fasciculations.
the vistaril helps decrease anxiety symptoms.
you need to exercise during the day so you sleep better at night
you should ask your doctor for a referral to a sleep clinic to see a sleep doctor to evaluate your sleep habits and improve your sleep.
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