Mucles shaking

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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby carebear15 » Sat Dec 18, 2010 1:38 pm

i have restless leg syndrome and don't even understand it.

I make shaky movements and my hands and arms shake and twitch in face and legs.
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby AnandaThePanda » Sun Oct 30, 2011 7:46 pm

Yes I get twitches/shaking! I get eye strain. Also a slight drop in temperature can make me shiver. Sometimes using the slightest bit of strength makes me shake. But when that happens, I find that having something to eat helps.
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby Liz » Tue Nov 01, 2011 7:22 pm

I have that sort of thing as well, especially the big muscles in my upper leg and my upper arm shake. My eyes tend to twitch ocassionally as well but it doesn't concern me that much as I've been having it for years.
Also the back of my hands prickle (for whatever reason).
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby Kirbster12 » Sun Dec 25, 2011 8:33 pm

Not on RLS, but very similar...
Does anyone get odd sensations, when, after standing in the same position(Up against a wall etc.) for a long time, one of your legs inexplicably caves in? I've been noticing it for a few months now, and I'm interested to know if anyone is experiencing the same sort of thing?
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby 07williamsdj » Fri Dec 30, 2011 9:30 pm

yeah, that happens to me sometimes. My legs also sometimes twitch when I stand up for a long time. Also one or both of my legs move unconciously when im sitting down until I notice and stop it.
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby kpchips123 » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:28 pm

im the same except my whole body shakes and it lasts for ages and sometimes my knee will lock up and ill literally drop to the floor in pain anyone had something similar
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby Conor » Sun Feb 03, 2013 10:43 pm

Yeah ive also go the shaking thing aswell

I find my knee to at times to bob up and down nonstop at times normally during dinner which tends to annoy my dad
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby Luna_is_so_cool_like » Thu Feb 28, 2013 8:01 am

I find that I shake a lot. I didn't really notice until the other day when I was filming, and I noticed the shakiness when I was watching the video after.
I also have this thing about jigging my knee up and down constantly when I'm sat down. My grandad does it too, and he says it's called 'nimming'.
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby Bruce » Mon Sep 09, 2013 12:07 pm

I get it as well, I have quite bad insomnia (usually less than an hours sleep per night) and I'm guessing that is caused by my dyspraxia as well.
Luna_is_so_cool_like wrote:I find that I shake a lot. I didn't really notice until the other day when I was filming, and I noticed the shakiness when I was watching the video after.
I also have this thing about jigging my knee up and down constantly when I'm sat down. My grandad does it too, and he says it's called 'nimming'.
I get the same thing.
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby nathanw-j » Mon Sep 09, 2013 5:07 pm

i just twitch a lot
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby Paddington » Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:47 pm

its scary when my muscles do that. If I have to sit still my leg /foot will decide to shake of its own accord. My hands also do this. When I sleep I move about the bed to and when I was younger if I turned my head to the left my hand would move of its own accord.
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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby Bruce » Thu Oct 17, 2013 6:04 am

Luna_is_so_cool_like wrote:I find that I shake a lot. I didn't really notice until the other day when I was filming, and I noticed the shakiness when I was watching the video after.
I also have this thing about jigging my knee up and down constantly when I'm sat down. My grandad does it too, and he says it's called 'nimming'.

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Re: Mucles shaking

Postby Bruce » Thu Oct 17, 2013 5:37 pm

Usually it's only in my upper right leg, but also rarely in my right arm. Just a minute ago I noticed that all of my arms and legs were shaking. :cry: :( :( :(
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