Post Edited (finding721) : 12/24/2009 9:30:37 PM (GMT-7)
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I can totally relate to the musle spasms. The good news is they eventually go away. Sometimes they come out of nowhere....but I have noticed that if I don't sleep well or overdue it then they come more often. My DR told me to take calcium with magnesium for it. I went to a neurologist too who ran an MRI and thank God all came back ok. So it's related to the Lyme. Hope you feel better and get some relief soon. Have a good day!!!
I had twitching to. That's how the insomnia started. I'd fall asleep and my leg would twitch bad and keep me up. I'd be driving and my left leg would start. Then I felt like my whole body was twitching I thought I was shaking the table or bed. Once my chiropractor/nutritionist recommended Magnesium at bedtime. I'm not sure if you need to talk to your doc first with regards to your blood pressure. He also checked by saliva for my cortisol levels which turned out to be pretty high all day. With lyme I started to experience extreme anxiety like never before that my primary wanted me to start antidepressants. I refused because I was afraid of all the side effects. My chiropractor/nutritionist said he was not from the school of antidepressants. Turned out I didn't need them and recovered without them. My anxiety and twitching disappeared.