It's really no worries at all, plenty of people helped me and are helping me through a current blip.
This time last year though, I was convinced with all my heart that I'd never stop worrying about things, especially twitches. I'd be sitting on the loo noticing the back of my legs dancing a merry jig, or my fingers twitching like they were playing a ghost piano, or my eyelids winking and fluttering like I was giving a sleazy come-on to everyone I met.
Once I told myself it was anxiety, and really started to believe it (just keep telling yourself it's anxiety), the twitches didn't stop, but I stopped noticing them, and then, in time, I stopped caring when I did notice them! Do you have anyone else around you? If so, just sit and watch their legs or something. I mean, don't be pervy about it, but everyone twitches.
Have a look through some of my old posts, I was adamant I had Parkinsons, MS, ALS. I didn't, and I don't. Now that I've gone a year with that attitude, I say to myself that even if I did have those things, I'm clearly no worse than I was, so what have I really lost?
My own personal challenge right now, after 11 months or so of no real worries, is I've got a lump in my lung. Now, previously, I would have been freaking out, but what's the use? I'll let the doctors tell me how to feel instead of Google. They're not scared, so I'm not, and that's exactly the mantra you need to take.
Feel free to message me personally if you want to talk more, but I reckon you'll be just fine (plus I'm crap at replying to PMs!) :)