Fibro Colors is a Fibromyalgia Community Awareness page dedicated to Encouraging, Empowering and Educating through informational posts,
inspirational stories and every day questions when dealing with Fibromyalgia.
Involuntary muscle spasms may take the form of minor twitches or larger
limb jerks. The behavior goes by a number of names, including myoclonus,
muscle fasciculation and benign muscle spasms. The muscle spasms may be
a mere annoyance, or they may be a sign of a serious health condition.
Obtaining a medical diagnosis and understanding the cause is important.
Involuntary muscle spasms may be caused by poor dietary choices or nutritional deficiencies. Involuntary muscle spasms may be linked to the presence or absence of
vital nutrients in the body. A lack of sufficient vitamin C, vitamin E
or potassium may trigger small spasms.
Thyroid problems may cause involuntary muscle spasms. Thyroid issues are
most likely the cause of muscle spasms occurring around the mouth, but
involuntary muscle spasms may also occur in the hands, arms and throat.
To know if this is the reason for muscle spasms, blood tests should be
performed to pinpoint thyroid levels.
Any further information can be found at Livestrong.com