Random twitching for one year now. Head to toe. All tests are negative. MRI negative, CAT negative. All test are within normal limit except for Low Vitamin D.
Treatment for Benign Fasciculation syndrome:
Some degree of control of the fasciculations/twitching may be achieved with the same medication used to treat essential tremor (beta-blockers and anti-seizure drugs). However, often the most effective approach to treatment is to treat any accompanying anxiety. No drugs, supplements, or other treatments have been found that completely control the symptoms.
In many cases, the severity of BFS symptoms can be significantly reduced through a proactive approach to decrease the overall daily stress. Common ways to reduce stress include: exercising more, sleeping more, working less, meditation, and eliminating all forms of dietary caffeine (e.g. coffee, chocolate, cola, and certain over-the counter medications). "
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