Twitching is one of the most common anxiety physical manifestations. Almost everybody who struggles with anxiety / HA, for a while, will get some twitching - here and there (or all over - it can seem:)
The way us nervous peeps twitch, overwhelmingly, isn't indicative of any sinister disease. It IS indicative of an amped up, fatigued, stressed out body (and mind), though. But, we google and play internet Doc and we see that twitching could possibly be linked to some sort of neuro disease. Our amped up minds 'diagnose' us with a crippling and/or fatal disease. And, then we are 'off to the races' with more worry....and then, guess what? More twitching. As we focus on physical manifestations (or pay wild attention to just plain normal everyday happenings going on in our bods), they tend to exacerbate. Yes, we all know the vicious little cycles of fear we can get ourselves locked into.
Let the twitching happen....give it little credence (we can try:). Almost everybody in the world 'twitches', at times. Us anxiety / HA peeps notice MUCH more, though.....and we do, likely, twitch more than the general population. But, that's OK. Learning to ignore it (or just discount it as nothing to stress over) will help it dimish in its presence and severity:)
My Mom has MS. She has for over 30 years now. She is almost 68. She has lived very well alongside her condition. But, a lot of that has to do with her perceptions and outlooks and positivity, also. Us HA peeps, who do not have MS, but who sooooooo fear getting it often live 'less' of a life (so to speak) than those who actually have the disease. So many people live LONG, vibrant lives with MS. Try not to let anxiety make you live a less vibrant life over a slight chance of getting some sinister disease or illness.
Peace and Feel Well:)