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by  BBDoom
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by  BBDoom
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by  BBDoom
Wanna know how high i am 👊
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by  rajrodger
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by  zara2
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by  eybic
Twitching 🙄
Twitching (not watching birds) what's that all about? Sitting comfortably, dropping off and all of a sudden my leg decides to twitch making my Mrs and the dog jump 😄😄
Dehydration can cause twitching. Cramps too.

I'd like to share some valuable information about the benefits of magnesium in addressing twitches or muscle spasms. Magnesium plays a crucial role in muscle function and overall neuromuscular health. It is involved in various physiological processes that help maintain the proper functioning of nerves and muscles.

When it comes to twitches, magnesium acts as a natural muscle relaxant. It helps regulate the balance of calcium and potassium in the body, which is essential for muscle contraction and relaxation. Insufficient levels of magnesium can disrupt this balance, leading to muscle hyperexcitability and an increased likelihood of experiencing twitches or spasms.

By ensuring an adequate intake of magnesium, you can potentially reduce the frequency and intensity of twitches. Magnesium supplements or increasing magnesium-rich foods in your diet can be effective strategies. However, it is always advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplements or making significant dietary changes.

In addition to its muscle relaxant properties, magnesium also contributes to overall stress reduction and relaxation. It aids in calming the nervous system, promoting a sense of calmness and tranquility. This can indirectly benefit individuals experiencing twitches, as stress and anxiety often exacerbate muscle twitching.

It's important to note that while magnesium can be helpful, it may not be a universal solution for everyone. Twitches can have various underlying causes, such as electrolyte imbalances, nerve damage, or medication side effects. Therefore, it is essential to have a comprehensive evaluation by a healthcare professional to determine the underlying cause of your twitches and develop an appropriate treatment plan.

Remember, this information is meant to provide general guidance, and individual cases may vary. Consulting with a healthcare professional is always recommended to receive personalized advice tailored to your specific needs.
Magnesium oil spray available on Amazon works wonders for restless legs
That and you may need minerals like magnesium or calcium…could be anything dude
Jimmy Boco
My missus says I twitch in my sleep when I’m really stoned. Says she can judge the potency of my gear based on the level of nighttime twitching.
I twitch when I'm high too, not just my leg though, can be my arms or head as well.

My mate (not a stoner) says its my body's internal workings responding to the effects of pot, pot having X effect and the body responding in the only way it knows how to... which is like the body apparently thinks it needs to fight whatever is happening and the result is weird twitching.

OR its something to do with anxiety.
Perhaps it is your divine self trying to wake you up to your purpose? Is it always the same leg? It's probably a really important/special leg if so.

Destined for great things...
Hypnic jerks. Totally normal.
Cheers guys, it's literally only when I'm stoned so not sure that it's a deficiency of anything.
If it is something you are really concerned about; speak to a doctor ^^
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Seal was wrong, our craziness is our biggest threat to survival
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