What are Multiple Sclerosis Spasms, Multiple Sclerosis Twitching
or Multiple Sclerosis Tremors?
People diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis often have
questions about the MS spasms, twitches, tremors
or tics that they tend to get way too often.
Spasms, twitching, tremors or tics are pretty much
similar to each other, where there are uncontrollable
movements of the arms, legs, hands or feet that can
be anywhere from mild to severe in their intensity
The spasms, twitches or tremors can sometimes appear
in the shoulder, neck or face too, but this isn't as
common for the spasms to appear in these areas as
it is for the spasms to appear in the arms, legs,
hands or feet.
Involuntary means that the muscles can move
on their own, without any effort on your part
and without you being able to control these
This looks like the knee jerk response that you see
when a doctor checks your reflexes by tapping your
knee with a small rubber hammer.
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