Why Does My Left Index Finger Twitch?

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There are different reasons why one's Left Index Finger could twitch, it could be genetic or due to poor posture, stress and therefore the need to relax a little. The problem may also be resulting from poor dieting like having high sugar and caffeine content foods.
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First, did you do anything that might have damaged the nerve? For example, did you catch your hand in the door, sleep on it funny, or maybe even type too long? My suggestion is to
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It could be low calcium, so up your dairy intake
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Sounds to me like a pinched nerve somewhere.
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Sounds as if this could be the start of Carpel Tunnel Syndrome. This effects nerves running to the hand and fingers. It's caused by excessive use of the hand and fingers for work
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