So everything was going good and I thought I was getting over my ALS fears until something trigger another anxiety... After logging onto ***** there happened to be a promotional ad for Microsoft showing how their new technology is helping ALS patients like former New Orleans Saint Steve Gleason have a voice. Immediately shock waves began riveting through my body as I felt like someone was telling me I should prepare to have this terrible disease.. Like God is telling me I have it. A couple months ago I walked into a classroom before class started and the words "assistive tech" was written on the board, and again, I feel like that someone is telling me that I have this disease.
I'm I being irrational? I'm absolutely horrified that I have this disease and I can't shake the thought. I have muscle twitches all over my body, but mostly in my legs (feet, calves, knees, thighs, and quads) and lower back shoulders, elbows, etc. All of this started after I began working as a cashier and standing on my feet for long hours. I'm only 21 years old like I'm too young for this. I'm desperately hoping this is related to some sort of spine issue or back problem. Can anyone help calm me down from this? I'm seeing a doctor tomorrow and hoping he can find something wrong.