The work is long standing, physical work, and occasionally fall asleep at night with intermittent twitching of the arms and legs, lasting from a few to a dozen times.
You have occasional uncontrolled intermittent twitching of the arms and legs in your sleep, lasting from a few to a dozen times. This situation may be a problem of the nerves in the brain, or it may be due to prolonged standing and physical work, resulting in impaired vascular circulation in the arms and legs and muscle spasms.
Hello, your current situation, then, may be that there is a nocturnal brain nerve twitching situation, it is more recommended that you go to the hospital to do a sleep monitoring, look at the child, is that you may be caused by strain and this twitch, is not also recommended that you go to check to see if there is a problem.
Hello, the symptoms you describe should be the body recently more tired, the local nerve excitability increased, resulting in involuntary contraction of muscle fibers caused by this situation in most people is also very common, not necessarily caused by cerebrovascular, it is recommended not to worry first, through appropriate rest and observation.