Twitching muscles are most often in the legs, but can occur in the facial , neck, chest, and even back muscles.
Anxiety and stress are perhaps the prime cause of muscle twitching which is also known as benign fasciculation syndrome
. The muscles are simply reacting to change in nerve energy, pressure and body disrupted body signals.
rushes throw the muscles extra energy and these can also cause your muscles to feed " off " as though they need to move.
Muscle twitching is not easy to stop on it's own.
Make sure you are getting all of your nutriants, vitamins and minerals
help the body respond better to stress hormone
and may reduce vitamin depletions during times of extended stress.