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82 thoughts on “Shakes And Fidget Hack V5.9

  1. Lasagna delivery guy

    Been working out for a couple of months now and I love it. However I would like to know any alternative healthy protein shakes/gainers, Most of the ones I have used all contain lactose, or high sugar content or msgs, or aspartame etc. Is there a homemade alternative someone uses they can suggest to me?

    Thanks in advance.

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  2. Jeracoo L

    I want to gain about 20 to 30 lbs of weight and not necessarily just muscle weight but also body fat weight. What should i be looking for in foods? Calories or fat? Would buying a weight gainer shake with over 1,000 calories help me gain weight without working out?

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  3. Eric

    I’m fucking tired of my mother badgering me to stop shaking my leg. Please, don’t I have the right to shake my leg as much as I please?

    I’m Korean, BTW.

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  4. Melanie

    We’ve been dating for 3 months and it seems like he shakes a lot whenever we are hanging out. For instance, We’ll both be sitting together (just sitting, no close contact or anything) and he’ll start to move his leg up and down quickly. He’ll constantly do that and then when he stops moving his legs, he’ll fiddle around with both of his hands. Is he nervous? Why would he be nervous? Thanks.

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  5. toysruslover

    The researchers said that people who were “sitters” or “standers” (differentiating between groups who are more and less active) had noticeable differences in weight. The standers happen to jiggle their legs and fidget more, IN ADDITION to being active around two more hours a day than the obese.

    Now all you annoying leg bouncers think it’s alright to shake my desk or couch because you think you’re losing weight. Sit still. Go for a run later.

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  6. balinderk2000

    Habits such as: foot tapping/shaking, nail biting/picking at nails, fidgeting, chewing, biting lips, knuckle cracking, grinding teeth, playing with hair, back/neck cracking, sighing, laughing/giggling under stress, whistling, sucking teeth, etc.

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  7. ScRSC

    So i want to gain 20 pounds within three months for football and i’m just curious how i should do it. I work out everyday so what should i eat everyday to help me gain weight without protein shakes? i’m not expecting to gain 20 pounds in muscle i just want to gain 20 pounds. so any suggestions?

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  8. Jeff

    I occasionally facilitate meetings for small groups of people (about 20) about 3 times a month. I show slides that they view while I narrate. Fortunately, I don’t have to face them as I do it. I’m terrified in front of large crowds, and I don’t know how I’d cope if I had to give such a meeting. I do pretty fair with these small groups; I stumble occasionally, but only because I used to stutter as a child, which I’ve almost completely overcome myself. But I still get very nervous.

    How do you cope with your nervousness and tension when speaking before a group of any size? What do you have to fight against? Hands shaking? Blushing? Sweating? Stuttering?

    How do you get around all that? Do your techniques help? Tell us your stories.
    Wow, I’m getting some good answers, and great advice. I’ve heard a couple before, but you never really put much stock in them until you keep hearing about them.
    I’ve tried many things, but nothing consistently works. I’m sure it has something to do with being teased so badly as a kid. It’s very deeply rooted.

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  9. Gundown64

    I’m a 22 year old male and I have somewhat severe social anxiety. I get nervous for everything. (meeting someone new, talking to girls, interviews, presentations, tests, participating in class, talking to a person of authority etc.) I don’t know what to do. I hate it. My heart races, i get sweaty, jittery, and start to fidget, I look down at the ground, my voice shakes, I stutter, and I blush. How can I overcome it? I’ve tried medication but I didn’t like how it made me feel.

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  10. fattiemanny

    I’m in college and I have a lot of trouble with anxiety. My classrooms are extremely cramped and there are no windows. It’s horrible. I’m shaking and fidgeting and my heart is racing the whole time. It’s even worse during exams when the room is dead silent. The last test I took I rushed through in 5 minutes just so I could leave. I ran out of the room and I was breathing a mile a minute. What can I do to relieve this anxiety?

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  11. Heath

    I have 600mg worth of caffeine tablets, what would happen if i took them all at once? Is it life threatening?

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  12. MentallyCryppled

    i discovered the game shakes and fidget and it makes me want to read the series. i dont know where to read it ! please help me !

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  13. XplicitzZ

    I’m 34 weeks, and for the past week or more I have not been able to sleep very long and when I’m awake, I feel the constant urge to just move around. I think at most I sleep 3 1/2 hours at night and about an hour any other time I sleep (I sleep off and on and it adds up to be about 6 hours a day).
    And in the past week, I’ve cleaned so much that the entire house is spotless and I still feel like I have to move around. There is literally nothing left to clean lol. I live in the boonies, so yesterday I went to town and walking around walmart and the mall trying to get ideas for Christmas presents. Today I’ve just been walking from the kitchen to the living room searching for something out of place and if I sit down, I’m shaking my legs or fidgeting.

    My husband will laugh because he said he’s never seen anyone with so much energy.
    It’s kind of hard to explain, but always moving around makes me feel guilty.

    Does this restlessness mean anything? Should I be concerned?
    How do I deal with it?

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  14. Chester

    I have a huge English speech I have to present to my class in a few days (already! ugh). I’m extremely shy and I rarely talk in class, and in the past when I’ve had to read things at the front of the class I fidget and my hands shake. How can I get over this fear and become more confident?

    Thanks!

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  15. Jerosh Nagulachandran

    I mean this in the sense that if she is doing a certain something, what does it mean? If you can, just give me a list of things that you do (a general idea) when in the presence of another guy you might like, and what it means when you do it.

    For instance, a girl playing with her hair or fidgeting while she is talking to me = ?

    You know, stuff like that. Specific ways she stands, etc. Thanks in advance.

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  16. Spider Pc

    There’s this girl I know, and she can never sit still. She always changes the way she’s sitting, like every 3-4 minutes. The only class I see her in is a boring one, so maybe that’s causing her to fidget a lot?

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  17. Rishabh Bajpai

    Sometimes I’ll Be Sitting In A Chair or On The Couch & I’ll Just Start Shaking .
    & Its Not Cause Im Cold Either .
    Its My Whole Body , My Legs .. Everything .

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  18. Andres C

    My tourettes makes me fidget, shake, twitch, stretch wierd mucles, and even uncontrolably mutter a tiny phrase to myself. Some people yell at me out of annoyance and some people laugh at me. And luckily there are gentlmen who nicely ask out of curiosity why i do these movements.
    How do i respond without making it a big deal?

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  19. Cupcakerum

    If you take lots of hits from an asthma inhaler, it will make you shake a bit, and constantly fidget and move around

    What causes this? Which chemicals are in inhalers, and what category of chemical are they in?

    What positive/negative effects will it have on my body? (for long term and long term use)

    Informed, preferably sourced, answers only please. And I don’t need a drugs lecture!

    All help appreciated :3

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  20. Bryan J

    just like shaking my leg, or moving around a little
    ive noticed some people are always doing this
    and a study shows that these are the thinest people
    how much of an effect will it really have?

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  21. homerliveshere

    While working I often find myself not having enough time to use the bathroom frequently. A lot of the time I cannot go for 5 or 6 hours. I’ve had a few embarrassing incidents where I was absolutely desperate for the bathroom in front of co-workers, a few where I nearly didn’t make it. Is there any way I can hold it for a while without being obvious about it? I do restrict fluids slightly, but I drink enough to stay hydrated, and I visit the bathroom as often as I can.

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  22. Gamer959

    I’ve gotten into this nervous habit of shaking my leg every time I sit down. I don’t feel stressed, but I know that shaking your leg is like a main sign of stress and I just cant stop it.
    I am starting school soon and I am nervous about that and theres been a lot of drama with my friends recently but I dont think that is the cause. Can you tell me anything I can do to stop this constant shaking and can you give me any tips on how to relax a little? Thanks
    I find it uncontrolabe if i just cross my legs at the ankle. it just cant stop

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  23. Sergeant Pickle

    eg. shaking and impaired movement, sweating, appetite loss, inability to smile convincingly, fidgeting etc

    Assuming the anxiety itself can’t be removed, can these symptoms at least be avoided?
    Edit: Without medication. I’m just talking about when there’s a particularly stressful event coming up, like giving a speech or something.

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  24. Gage

    I turned 13 a month ago and i realized that this whole summer i have not really exercised at all i guess i exercise some days, but I only eat about 900 or 1,400 callories a day. I have this habit of shaking my right foot every time i sit, does that help? What will happen? Is this ok for me?

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  25. homerliveshere

    Is there a game (RPG) where you don’t need to use your keyboard to explore and other things .

    Take a look over Shakes & Fidget (it’s a web-browser game).Something like that but singleplayer or multi w/e.

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  26. Alex

    I’ve been “underweight” my entire life despite the fact I can eat like a grown man if I try lol.
    I’ve tried health shakes and vitamins but nothing seems to make a difference.
    This has been bugging me since I was little, it digs into your self esteem when people think you have a disorder like anorexia when you don’t. And I recently visited a doctor and she suggested the health shakes, ignoring everything I told her.

    Help please?
    Dude, not exercising and gorging in food is not healthy.

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  27. veemodz

    hey , i’m doing my first speech for school tomorrow in a new english class with classmates i haven’t gotten to know too well yet .
    i’m really nervous because the kids in my class are all quite smart and confident but i’m not so confident . i always get really panicky when it’s my turn to do a speech , i shake and speak either too fast , quietly or in a way that it’s hard for people to understand .

    do you have any tips for me to improve ?
    thanks in advance :)

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  28. homerliveshere

    There is a girl that sits next to me in lecture and since day one wont stop fidgeting and shakes the whole row. This is getting to the point where I’m getting anxious and i cannot concentrate in class.
    I sit in the front row and I refuse to give my seat up because this girl can’t handle her crazy fidgeting legs!!!

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  29. Praveen

    I hate giving speeches, I’m shy and keep to myself. So speech class pretty much sucks for me. I get so nervous that my voice shakes uncontrollably, my hands get all sweaty, and sometimes I really don’t think I’m going to be able to finish the speech. Why do I get so nervous and is there anyway that I can stop being so freaked out about giving speeches? (And please, don’t even mention imagining people in their underwear, that’s just disturbing and it doesn’t really work for me.. hehe) Thank you!

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  30. simply complicated

    so i was standing by the metro platform, and this girl kept swaying her body, shaking her legs up and down, when i was standing near her. do girls do this if they like you?

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  31. Krazy Bob

    Ive been trying so hard to gain weight but nothing is working. Ive tried protein shakes and that didnt work.Any suggestions i’m trying to hit 125 pounds.

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  32. altair

    We were play scrabble and she could barley putthetiles down she was shaking so bad. Whenever I talk to her she’s fidgeting with something and her hands are shaking. She comes up to me and starts conversations all the time but her hands are always shaking? Why?

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  33. Matthew

    What does it mean if you get so worked up about something that you shake and your limbs and stomach seem to spasm?

    It doesn’t happen for a long time – more just while I’m thinking about whatever it is I’m anxious about, my body just goes mental and starts shaking and spasming. It usually stops in a few minutes or when I’ve been able to resolve/forget about the problem for a while.

    Anyone else get this? Can anyone explain it please?

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  34. callofduty5123412

    I have general anxiety and social anxiety in particular. I just can’t stop shaking or tremoring, and I fidget all the time. It’s even hard to make eye contact. The only thing I’ve found that works is alcohol and chewing gum. Please help!

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  35. simply complicated

    I am scared to go up in front of my high school english class in speak. Everytime I go up there I get so scared and start to shake. Then a couple of popular kids laugh at me shaking and scared to speak up there. We have to do a lot of speeches in my english class in front of the class.

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  36. llb443

    I need a good game like this, I got the oblivion games, and fable games, but I want more games like them.

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  37. liza

    I am going in for an interview as a medical assistant applicant today. When they ask me questions, my brain freezes up and I always walk out of there thinking I should have said more or something different. Any suggestions? How do I answer specific questions? Give me some examples. Thank you in advance.

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  38. Gundown64

    I’m putting this in the science section because I’m hoping to see some research on the subject.

    Anyways, I’ve seen people shaking, sweating, breathing too hard, shifting their eyes, fidgeting, playing with hair, forgetting their native languages, making bad decisions, I mean all sorts of stuff. And it doesn’t seem particularly helpful either, but it’s SOOOO consistent with so many people.

    Like I figured if you’re really attracted to someone, you’d be more relaxed and approachable, but sometimes it seems like people do the exact opposite for no apparent reason.

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  39. RuMKilleR

    I need to take an interview for this program but I’m not sure how to be and act. I don’t want my first impression to suck, SO PLEASE HELP ME!

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  40. thexbox360player

    My 7 month old niece begins dripping sweat and fidgeting/shaking whenever anyone reads to her. She’ll also begin saying/panting the words along with the reader while pointing at pictures and reaching for the book. There doesn’t seem to be a problem when she “reads” a book by herself, however. I was told I had the exact same behavior when I was a baby, so I’m wondering what all this is about.

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  41. MexicanDude

    I’m 34 weeks, and for the past week or more I have not been able to sleep very long and when I’m awake, I feel the constant urge to just move around. I think at most I sleep 3 1/2 hours at night and about an hour any other time I sleep (I sleep off and on and it adds up to be about 6 hours a day).
    And in the past week, I’ve cleaned so much that the entire house is spotless and I still feel like I have to move around. There is literally nothing left to clean lol. I live in the boonies, so yesterday I went to town and walking around walmart and the mall trying to get ideas for Christmas presents. Today I’ve just been walking from the kitchen to the living room searching for something out of place and if I sit down, I’m shaking my legs or fidgeting.

    My husband will laugh because he said he’s never seen anyone with so much energy.
    It’s kind of hard to explain, but always moving around makes me feel guilty.

    Does this restlessness mean anything? Should I be concerned?
    How do I deal with it?

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  42. Cupcakerum

    Like they stutter, shake, twitch, blush, fidget, sweat, talk really fast, smile or laugh too much/nervously….whenever they talk to someone….

    would you think they had low self esteem?

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  43. Coffee t

    Is there a game (RPG) where you don’t need to use your keyboard to explore and other things .

    Take a look over Shakes & Fidget (it’s a web-browser game).Something like that but singleplayer or multi w/e.

    Reply
  44. thexbox360player

    We were play scrabble and she could barley putthetiles down she was shaking so bad. Whenever I talk to her she’s fidgeting with something and her hands are shaking. She comes up to me and starts conversations all the time but her hands are always shaking? Why?

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  45. Cole

    my hands are always really unsteady, and i have to be fidgeting with something. i think it’s because im a piano player. and whenever i present to the class, they shake like mad. is there anyway i can reduce this for my presentation on monday???

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  46. Ryan Dunn

    I’m a 22 year old male and I have somewhat severe social anxiety. I get nervous for everything. (meeting someone new, talking to girls, interviews, presentations, tests, participating in class, talking to a person of authority etc.) I don’t know what to do. I hate it. My heart races, i get sweaty, jittery, and start to fidget, I look down at the ground, my voice shakes, I stutter, and I blush. How can I overcome it? I’ve tried medication but I didn’t like how it made me feel.

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  47. dealy

    I have general anxiety and social anxiety in particular. I just can’t stop shaking or tremoring, and I fidget all the time. It’s even hard to make eye contact. The only thing I’ve found that works is alcohol and chewing gum. Please help!

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  48. XplicitzZ

    My tourettes makes me fidget, shake, twitch, stretch wierd mucles, and even uncontrolably mutter a tiny phrase to myself. Some people yell at me out of annoyance and some people laugh at me. And luckily there are gentlmen who nicely ask out of curiosity why i do these movements.
    How do i respond without making it a big deal?

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  49. clntvrrt

    I am wondering if my brother may have it and has never been diagnosed. He has never been able to finish a project: he is always anxious to move on to something else and hops from one thing to the next. He has never kept a job for very long, even though he has been successful at every job he has held. He is always edgy and his hands shake kind of like an elderly person suffering from Parkinsons. Does this sound like a person with ADD?

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  50. Armas

    I mean this in the sense that if she is doing a certain something, what does it mean? If you can, just give me a list of things that you do (a general idea) when in the presence of another guy you might like, and what it means when you do it.

    For instance, a girl playing with her hair or fidgeting while she is talking to me = ?

    You know, stuff like that. Specific ways she stands, etc. Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  51. norrin_shadowwolf

    So this has never happened before. it just started my junior year in high school. When ever i have to present i start over heating, shaking, feel like i have to throw up, or the feeling of blacking out. Even today my teacher was asking something around the room and before it even came to me i started feeling those same feelings. I have no idea why this is happening to me now, and i have no clue how to fix it… help please?

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  52. Beavis

    hey , i’m doing my first speech for school tomorrow in a new english class with classmates i haven’t gotten to know too well yet .
    i’m really nervous because the kids in my class are all quite smart and confident but i’m not so confident . i always get really panicky when it’s my turn to do a speech , i shake and speak either too fast , quietly or in a way that it’s hard for people to understand .

    do you have any tips for me to improve ?
    thanks in advance :)

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  53. dubmecrazy3

    Ive been trying so hard to gain weight but nothing is working. Ive tried protein shakes and that didnt work.Any suggestions i’m trying to hit 125 pounds.

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  54. MexicanDude

    Well, I’m looking for a fun FTP online game that I can play with a friend. Because for the past 2 months or so, we have been bored out of our minds. Any games that you guys can recommend?

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  55. EzioAuditore1459

    I occasionally facilitate meetings for small groups of people (about 20) about 3 times a month. I show slides that they view while I narrate. Fortunately, I don’t have to face them as I do it. I’m terrified in front of large crowds, and I don’t know how I’d cope if I had to give such a meeting. I do pretty fair with these small groups; I stumble occasionally, but only because I used to stutter as a child, which I’ve almost completely overcome myself. But I still get very nervous.

    How do you cope with your nervousness and tension when speaking before a group of any size? What do you have to fight against? Hands shaking? Blushing? Sweating? Stuttering?

    How do you get around all that? Do your techniques help? Tell us your stories.
    Wow, I’m getting some good answers, and great advice. I’ve heard a couple before, but you never really put much stock in them until you keep hearing about them.
    I’ve tried many things, but nothing consistently works. I’m sure it has something to do with being teased so badly as a kid. It’s very deeply rooted.

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  56. kamikami

    I have a huge English speech I have to present to my class in a few days (already! ugh). I’m extremely shy and I rarely talk in class, and in the past when I’ve had to read things at the front of the class I fidget and my hands shake. How can I get over this fear and become more confident?

    Thanks!

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  57. Kobe

    We’ve been dating for 3 months and it seems like he shakes a lot whenever we are hanging out. For instance, We’ll both be sitting together (just sitting, no close contact or anything) and he’ll start to move his leg up and down quickly. He’ll constantly do that and then when he stops moving his legs, he’ll fiddle around with both of his hands. Is he nervous? Why would he be nervous? Thanks.

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  58. andresumoza

    So i want to gain 20 pounds within three months for football and i’m just curious how i should do it. I work out everyday so what should i eat everyday to help me gain weight without protein shakes? i’m not expecting to gain 20 pounds in muscle i just want to gain 20 pounds. so any suggestions?

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  59. white man

    I have done alot of presentations before, and I dont get as nervous. But I still do a little! Im in 8th grade and on Friday or Monday we are presenting powerpoints. So what do you think would help? Some of the things I do when im nervous are, move my legs alot, shake a little, and talk fast! I just hate people starring at me and everyone just listening to me!!

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  60. DuckieM10

    I’ve gotten into this nervous habit of shaking my leg every time I sit down. I don’t feel stressed, but I know that shaking your leg is like a main sign of stress and I just cant stop it.
    I am starting school soon and I am nervous about that and theres been a lot of drama with my friends recently but I dont think that is the cause. Can you tell me anything I can do to stop this constant shaking and can you give me any tips on how to relax a little? Thanks
    I find it uncontrolabe if i just cross my legs at the ankle. it just cant stop

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  61. Lasagna delivery guy

    There’s this girl I know, and she can never sit still. She always changes the way she’s sitting, like every 3-4 minutes. The only class I see her in is a boring one, so maybe that’s causing her to fidget a lot?

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  62. Adam

    I don’t know whether I am just really fidgety or hyperactive. Literally, I am hardly ever still. (ohysically or mentally). If I am watching TV I will be reading, or playing guitar, or throwing a ball around, etc. If I am in class people get annoyed because I will tap, mess with pens, basically do anything because I need to. And that is the same everywhere. Right now I am shaking my leg!

    Is this hyperactivity or just fidgety behaviour?

    Thank you
    AquaGuy

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  63. toast

    I’m looking for a free to play mmorpg that’s more casual then fighting. Like I want a game that focuses on doing tasks rather then fighting (kind of like a Harvest Moon type game). I’ve only played a few mmorpg games and every time I drop them because they either don’t interest me, or they’re too confusing. I want a very noob friendly game that explains everything and is aimed at casual gamers like me.

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  64. PoohBearPenguin

    I have an oral report coming up, which counts for a large percentage of my grade this semester. Do you have any tips to help me give it successfully? Thank you in advance. No rude answers please!

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  65. Harry

    I’m in college and I have a lot of trouble with anxiety. My classrooms are extremely cramped and there are no windows. It’s horrible. I’m shaking and fidgeting and my heart is racing the whole time. It’s even worse during exams when the room is dead silent. The last test I took I rushed through in 5 minutes just so I could leave. I ran out of the room and I was breathing a mile a minute. What can I do to relieve this anxiety?

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  66. cardskid22

    Been working out for a couple of months now and I love it. However I would like to know any alternative healthy protein shakes/gainers, Most of the ones I have used all contain lactose, or high sugar content or msgs, or aspartame etc. Is there a homemade alternative someone uses they can suggest to me?

    Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  67. Oilers

    eg. shaking and impaired movement, sweating, appetite loss, inability to smile convincingly, fidgeting etc

    Assuming the anxiety itself can’t be removed, can these symptoms at least be avoided?
    Edit: Without medication. I’m just talking about when there’s a particularly stressful event coming up, like giving a speech or something.

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  68. Lucas H

    I’m 16 and I’m a sophomore in high school. I have ADHD and I take Adderall for it. I started this summer. I’m in all college and AP level classes. I’ve had depression for as long as I can remember. I also might have PTSD because of things from my past. I started noticing my anxiety in about 7th grade. Both my depression and my anxiety have increased since then, even before I started taking Adderall. Now, since I’ve been going through a lot of stressful situations in my home life, my relationships with friends/breakups, and my falling behind in school, I’m not sure if my depression and anxiety increase this year has been from the Adderall or just the stuff that’s happened.

    My anxiety and depression have been horrible this year. I already had a pretty lengthy list of suicide attempts over the years (I’ve never been admitted into a hospital though) and I’m not sure if my suicidal thoughts are being cause by my depression or my Adderall.

    I really hate this feeling of hopelessness and I want it to go away. I understand that I’m only 16 years old and that things will get better in the future, even if I can’t see through all the crap right now; but I can’t deal with the anxiety attacks and the constant fidgeting and the suicidal thoughts for forever. My depression started when I was about 7 (due to trauma) and I think 9 years of trying to “push past” it is more than enough..

    I really don’t want to take a bajillion medications for my depression and anxiety..I’m in therapy, but it hasn’t gone on long enough to really help yet. Gaaaah, I just need some advice on how to deal with the side effects of Adderall.

    * I’m prescribed 60mgs a day, 3 20mgs to be taken as needed. But since Adderall is so awesome at the beginning and I love the feeling of being calm and happy, I usually take 40mgs in the morning, 20mgs at lunch, then another 20mgs after school to do homework (unless I smoke a cigarette and shake off the Adderall induced mood downfall)

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  69. kamikami

    I’ve been “underweight” my entire life despite the fact I can eat like a grown man if I try lol.
    I’ve tried health shakes and vitamins but nothing seems to make a difference.
    This has been bugging me since I was little, it digs into your self esteem when people think you have a disorder like anorexia when you don’t. And I recently visited a doctor and she suggested the health shakes, ignoring everything I told her.

    Help please?
    Dude, not exercising and gorging in food is not healthy.

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  70. x_blind_x_gamer_x

    While working I often find myself not having enough time to use the bathroom frequently. A lot of the time I cannot go for 5 or 6 hours. I’ve had a few embarrassing incidents where I was absolutely desperate for the bathroom in front of co-workers, a few where I nearly didn’t make it. Is there any way I can hold it for a while without being obvious about it? I do restrict fluids slightly, but I drink enough to stay hydrated, and I visit the bathroom as often as I can.

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  71. whites are not the only racists

    What does it mean if you get so worked up about something that you shake and your limbs and stomach seem to spasm?

    It doesn’t happen for a long time – more just while I’m thinking about whatever it is I’m anxious about, my body just goes mental and starts shaking and spasming. It usually stops in a few minutes or when I’ve been able to resolve/forget about the problem for a while.

    Anyone else get this? Can anyone explain it please?

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  72. Scorch Delta-62

    I hate giving speeches, I’m shy and keep to myself. So speech class pretty much sucks for me. I get so nervous that my voice shakes uncontrollably, my hands get all sweaty, and sometimes I really don’t think I’m going to be able to finish the speech. Why do I get so nervous and is there anyway that I can stop being so freaked out about giving speeches? (And please, don’t even mention imagining people in their underwear, that’s just disturbing and it doesn’t really work for me.. hehe) Thank you!

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  73. PillowMan1234

    The researchers said that people who were “sitters” or “standers” (differentiating between groups who are more and less active) had noticeable differences in weight. The standers happen to jiggle their legs and fidget more, IN ADDITION to being active around two more hours a day than the obese.

    Now all you annoying leg bouncers think it’s alright to shake my desk or couch because you think you’re losing weight. Sit still. Go for a run later.

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  74. Elijah luv

    so i was at the metro and I was waiting at the platform and this girl keep shaking/fidgeting. We entered the train together and we were standing b/c all the seats were taken, and she kept shaking. ladies why do you do this? Why was she doing this?

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  75. Disrae

    If you take lots of hits from an asthma inhaler, it will make you shake a bit, and constantly fidget and move around

    What causes this? Which chemicals are in inhalers, and what category of chemical are they in?

    What positive/negative effects will it have on my body? (for long term and long term use)

    Informed, preferably sourced, answers only please. And I don’t need a drugs lecture!

    All help appreciated :3

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  76. Alex

    There is a girl that sits next to me in lecture and since day one wont stop fidgeting and shakes the whole row. This is getting to the point where I’m getting anxious and i cannot concentrate in class.
    I sit in the front row and I refuse to give my seat up because this girl can’t handle her crazy fidgeting legs!!!

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  77. Taylor2k

    Alot of people i know on my football team take supplements, and nitro-oxide supplement boosters, do these shakes and supplements work? if not what diet should i have to build muscle after i lift in the gym, because i lift hard but receive no progress, and i need to get larger.

    Could someone give me some good diet tips or refrences please!

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  78. kevindiking67verizonnet

    Sometimes I’ll Be Sitting In A Chair or On The Couch & I’ll Just Start Shaking .
    & Its Not Cause Im Cold Either .
    Its My Whole Body , My Legs .. Everything .

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  79. Orbit

    I’m fucking tired of my mother badgering me to stop shaking my leg. Please, don’t I have the right to shake my leg as much as I please?

    I’m Korean, BTW.

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  80. everythingisgonnabefine

    He is a little over a year old. I sometimes sit with him on my bed and I feel him shaking when he is breathing. It happens often but at first I thought it was minor but now I’m getting concerned. I thought it was lack in water because he has not been drinking from his bowl but from the toilet. Other than that he has no other problems except that he broke his leg when he was 3 months.

    Thank you! If something is wrong I am definitely taking him to the vet.
    He is a border collie. He sleeps normally it just happens when he is relaxing on my bed, usually it is during the evening.

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