, if the left thigh twitches / throbbing so why? I did not finish heavy activities, but indeed my daily motorcycle ride. Does it matter? Thanks
Hello Anayya C, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com
Twitching or in medical terms known as fasciculation is excessive muscle contraction that cannot be controlled. Some of the causes of the twitch include:
After activity or exercise Caused by excessive stress or anxiety Lack of vitamins, electrolytes or minerals (such as vitamin D, vitamin B or calcium) Dehydration or lack of fluids Too much consumption of certain substances such as caffeine, alcohol and nicotine in cigarettes Disorders of muscles or nerves Akvitas or exercise can cause accumulation of lactic acid in muscles, this can occur in the hands, feet, or back and can trigger a twitch of the muscles. Usually a twitch does not require treatment and will disappear by itself after a few days. If it does not go away within a few days or becomes worse, it is advisable to consult a general practitioner or neurologist because it requires a physical examination, laboratory examination, MRI / CT Scan and examination of muscle electricity, namely electromyography (EMG).
Some tips that you can try include:
Get plenty of rest Avoid excessive stress or anxiety Eating foods with balanced nutrition Drinking enough water and preventing dehydration Avoid smoking, caffeine or excessive alcohol. Hopefully this information can be useful for you.