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 What causes involuntary head twitching?

Answer Parkinson's, Tourette Syndrome, Tic disorder, Cervical Dystonia, Obsessive Compulsive disorder, stress induced muscular disorders, a side effect of certain medications.
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Please help... What can stop this involuntary muscle twitching!?

Involuntary muscle twitching such as you describe can be caused by many factors. If you're on any long term medication and have recently adjusted your dose or stopped, for example; this could cause... Read More »
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What causes involuntary twitches in the eye?

Twitches are usually caused by muscle fatigue, muscle strain, stress and excessive caffeine. On occasion they are due to neural or muscular disorders. The same goes for an arm.And I'm sure no gen... Read More »
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What causes an involuntary tremor?

The brain is firing a hormone from the hypothalamus to the muscle in your thumb. The hormone is very similar to adrenaline but from the posterior not the frontal lobe; Hormone is typically "... Read More »
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What causes lip twitching in babies?

NOO!! they could carry a disease and spread it...
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