According to ZocDoc, you can stop muscle twitching by taking frequent rest breaks from repetitive forms of work. It may also help if you use ergonomically appropriate work equipment. Other beneficial actions to help stop... More »

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While as of 2015 the deficiency of any one vitamin is not a known cause of fasciculations, or benign muscle twitches, a lack of the mineral magnesium is a cause, according to Popular Science. A lack of sleep, the over-co... More »

To stop an eye twitch, you need to relax, and get rest. You can also massage your eyelid, and use antihistamines. If the twitch is severe, see a doctor. More »

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A skeletal muscle twitch is shorter than a tetanic contraction, according to Dr. Paul Deeble of Mary Baldwin College. A twitch contraction is a short, jerky movement in response to a single stimulus in a muscle fiber. A ... More »

The biceps brachii muscle in the upper arm forms a noticeable bulge during concentric exercises when the elbow is bent and the muscle is shortening in order to move the forearm, according to Sports Injury Clinic. A muscl... More »

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Neck spasms often respond to treatment with nonprescription pain relievers, but a health care provider sometimes recommends prescription medications, including muscle relaxants, to help relieve the pain, according to Med... More »

Medicine Net indicates that electronic muscle stimulation may work. However, although EMS has shown the ability to strengthen, tone or firm a muscle, the results from the stimulation are only temporary. More »

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