Im 22 year old, and Ive gone to doctors and others to see what is going on with me. Apparently all is just fine with me. I dont think so. My hands, feet, head, tremble and shake quite a bit. I try holding a book and it moves around, I sit with my legs crossed I can see my feet trembling and occaionally a spasm or a twitching. Twiching occurs throughout my body... from muscle, to shoulders, to back muscles. Often I hear pulsebeats when I place my hands against one another... and then I feel the dum dum dum dum sound of almost a hearbeat. Same thing occurs when I place my fingers on my forearms, and I can hear dum dum dum... and then often moving more quickly. When I drink beer and get a little buzzed and sit down, I can really feel the twitching of muscles, and spasms ehre and there. The trembling from my hands and down is there everywhere. So., what do you guys think of this.
The trembling is pronounced and amplified when I get anxious... that is my hands shake a lot then. I get irritated from people quickly... not in an anti-social sense, but just can't stand ignorant people anymore. I was prescribed xanax for anxiety and stress related things, that did not do anything for me. Also, when I have the spams in particular... it reminds me of a chiropractic visit I had over a year ago. My back muscle was sprained and the chiropractor put me under a machine which basically tried to "untangle" the musles bla bla... however as I Was under this treatment my muscle were twitching quite a bit... the treatment was about 30 minutes under this frequency electronic machine and when I have my spams it reminds me of that machine. These symptoms of mine began appearing a week or so after this treatment. Although, I was under alot of stress as well due to school finals.
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