Why Does My Arm Twitch?

Answer

Your muscle may be twitching due to various causes such as anxiety, strenuous muscle exercise, caffeine intake, deficiency of magnesium in the diet, multiple sclerosis and peripheral neuropathy. It may also be caused by electrolyte imbalance and may be a side effect of drugs such as drugs for hypertension and congestive cardiac failure. Muscle twitching is the body's way of dealing with fatigue and should not be a cause for serious worry.
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Typically involuntary, your muscles twitch when a nerve in your body tells them to contract
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I think it is because of tension and stress. Try to give yourself more break time and relaxation.
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