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Fear of myoclonus (involentary twitching) in ears

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by SadToTheBone, Apr 20, 2019.

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Have you ever had/have clicking in your ears and or soft palate?

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  1. SadToTheBone

    SadToTheBone Newcomer

    I've had tinnitus before with sensitivity to sound, but it eventually went away. I'm having clicking in my ears and possibly the back of my throat. I know that it's stress induced, but no matter how much I tell myself this I can't get the message through. I'm prone to this sort of thing. Earlier this year I had gastritis and ended up in the hospital. And of course, it disappeared as soon as the source of stress was addressed. Anyone else have movement disorders?
     
  2. Andy Bayliss

    Andy Bayliss TMS Coach & Beloved Grand Eagle

    Hi SadtoTheBone,

    I am sorry about your symptoms, your concern, and even your name!;)

    I am not familiar with myoclonus, but I looked up some information on it. And I wanted to welcome you to the Forum!

    I see that it is correlated with some physical diseases, but not always. Given this, I suggest you first eliminate anything serious which your physician would like to screen you for.

    Muscle twitching has certainly been treated with a TMS approach. I searched the forums here and got this result.
    http://www.tmswiki.org/forum/search/1287023/?q=myoclonus&o=date (Search Results for Query: myoclonus | TMS Forum (The Mindbody Syndrome))

    Here is a search with the term "twitching"
    http://www.tmswiki.org/forum/search/1287027/?q=twitching&o=date (Search Results for Query: twitching | TMS Forum (The Mindbody Syndrome))

    You might look at these threads or contact members to see how things worked out.

    In diagnosing TMS, you want to look at a number of factors including history of other TMS-type symptoms throughout your life, onset of symptoms, response of symptoms to stress, medical workups, etc. What you do, as best you can is "rule out the physical" and "rule in the psychological." You can also contact TMS physicians listed in the Wiki.

    Good luck in the process. We have free programs at the Wiki if you want to pursue this approach.

    Andy B
     
  3. MAE

    MAE New Member

    For how long did you have tinnitus?
     

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