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crystalkk
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Does anyone feel like they are virating on the inside. You can't see it only feel it. I have been getting them in my chest and my feet,they come and go.
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Yea i get this alot. I still have no idea what causes it. Seems to just have something to do with thd cns. xanax helps it a bit.

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I haven't had it in a couple months, but yes.
Heart palps, fast heart rate...to varying intensities.

It can feel like body is buzzing or that you are "lit up" like you are plugged into an outlet or something. Neurological-type stuff.

My sister & I call it "internal vibration".

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Your sister gets them also. Do you both have a dx?
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yes, whole body feels electric, like a low current is always flowing, I take ativan to calm it down....
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I have this vibrating in my big bones on the left leg. It can get very bad during the nights.
It gets worse when I take killers like My Oil, Tea tree oil, enzymes.
I can get it better by rifing 3 minutes every day.
I think it is not from the brain but there is bacteria/ fungi/ viruses actually in the leg. It was gone when I was on 15 HH a day, but is back when I take only 10.

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Yes, I have had this and it's back again. URGHHH

I get it in my head. It's very annoying and alarming. Like a gentle buzzing, vibration feeling.

I have also had a light tingling, electrical vibration feeling in my shins as well.

Apparently this is common in Lyme Disease, so that makes me feel a little bit better, but...

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These links may help you. It was a maddening symptom for me. It is almost gone futher into the tx I got.

Lyrica has helped me quite a bit in the begining, I'm no longer have the need for it.

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=033524#000000

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=045808#000013


Lyrica has helped me quite a bit!

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stella,

Thanks for the links, it seems to be a pretty common thing.

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Stella,

Seems to be a pretty common symptom. Thanks for the links

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Yes, indeed.

Magnesium is the best help when this happens for me. Also being sure that my blood sugar is not too low helps.

What is likely happening (in addition or due to infection) is that the NMDA receptors in the brain are too excited. The calming receptors need help. Magnesium is the number one thing for that.

You can take it to bowel tolerance. B-6 helps it get into cells.
B-vitamins during the day time can help strengthen the nerves.

Liver support can help the liver move toxins out. Toxins are most of what causes the NMDA nerve receptors to be so "wired"

AND adrenal support will help, too.

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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez

PubMed Search:

Hypomagnesemia - 1618 abstracts

Magnesium, NMDA - 1215 abstracts

Magnesium, tremors - 67 abstracts


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Cat's Claw is also excellent help for this problem. It is very calming and can even settle convulsions. I prefer the regular cat's claw (Herb Pharm).

at PubMed:

Cat's claw - 76 abstracts (aka: Uncaria)

Uncaria - 214 abstracts

Uncaria, convulsions - 4 abstracts

Uncaria, NMDA - 6 abstracts

See #4: Protective effect of methanol extract of Uncaria rhynchophylla against excitotoxicity induced

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Yes, DH complains of this quite often. He is currently on IV Vanco and the tremor/vibrating sensation seems to be worse right now.
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Yes, and hate it! When mine is on high I tremor too. One of my worst symptoms, as someone said above, I feel like I'm plugged into an electrical outlet.

Actually, when this symptom was at its worst, everything I touched (in the warm summer months) I would get static shocked, it was crazy; I felt like a live wire; I was really a mess. I actually read some obscure paper online about a year later talking about Lyme disease patients - that many had a propensity to static shock. That was when I finally got serious, looked for an LLMD to try to get figured out.

This symptom is still there, pretty much constantly; but, after 10 months of tx so far, I will say it's very slowly improving (did I say VERY SLOWLY?) [Frown]

Anyway, you're definitely not alone! TS

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