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Uncontrollable twitching and jerking

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 28, 2006
  • 02:05 AM

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I have had twitching and jerking for nearly 6 months now. Not the under the skin kind of twitches, but almost like living in a fun-house where each limb, finger and body part moves whenever it feels like.

My hands constantly shake as does my body in sort of a weak and trembling sort of way. I can't sleep with all the twitching going on, so I have to take an ambien every night. I quit drinking coffee, chocolate, sugar, alcohol, work out 4 days a week, yoga twice a week and because of this mess see a therapist once a week.

I have been to the neurologist, psychologist, acupuncturist, medical intuitionist and chiropractor. No one seems to know what to do with me.

The acupuncturist says I have internal wind, which points to a depleted liver. The medical intuitionist also said it sounds like my liver and kidney are depleted.

I have been told it is not Alzheimer’s or Parkinson's which is great, but what is it and how can I make it go away?

Does anyone know how to get this twitching, jerking and shaking stuff to go away?

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  • Go see a holistic doctor. You can get a bioenergetic assessment, instead of assessing your symptoms, the machine used will translate what your body is saying and tell you exactly what is going on with each organ and part of your body. It will tell you what's going on with you and why.
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