What Causes Head Spasms?

Answer

Head spasm is an annoying problem that involves involuntary muscle movements or fibrillations of small areas of nerves, muscle or muscle fibres. It is caused by a number of reasons which may include stress or anxiety, fatigue, genetics, weak muscles and side-effects of certain medication or drugs.
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