Why the Random Muscle Twitch?

Do you ever get a random muscle twitch for no reason? You’re not alone—and here’s what to do about it!

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0:00 Random muscle twitch
0:25 Benign fasciculation syndrome (BFS)
0:45 What causes random muscle twitches?
0:59 Magnesium deficiency symptoms
1:20 Other causes of muscle twitches
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About 70% of the population gets random muscle twitches. The medical term for this is fasciculation—spontaneous involuntary muscle contraction and relaxation. This could happen to your eyelid, arms, hands, fingers, legs, feet, or tongue. 

There is even a medical condition called benign fasciculation syndrome. I believe this condition is really a nutritional deficiency. But, the typical treatment is cognitive behavioral therapy, anti-depression medication, and calcium channel blockers. 

In my opinion, random muscle twitches are caused by a magnesium deficiency. About 70% of the population also has a magnesium deficiency. Leafy greens are rich in magnesium. 

Other symptoms of a magnesium deficiency: 
• Fatigue 
• Muscle cramps 
• Anxiety 

Other potential causes of a muscle twitch:
• High calcium 
• Low vitamin D
• Alkalosis (potentially caused by a high carb diet or low potassium) 

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you better understand why you might experience a random muscle twitch and what to do about it.
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