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Muscle Twitches and LCD Panels?
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Justin
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 01, 2005 1:16 am    Post subject: Muscle Twitches and LCD Panels? Reply with quote

Sometimes after a long time in front of the computer my left tricep
will jitter for a bit and then stop. After I'm done on the PC it will
do the same thing for a while until I fall asleep. Now I get this
muscle twitching in my eyelid. Since college I would get the tricep
twitch.
Is there something wrong with me? I know that with certain CRT screent
with high refresh rates can cause epileptics to have problems, but I
use LCDs now and they don't have a refresh rate.
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