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trembling in mouth and jaws caused by anxiety

I have been experiencing trembling in mouth and jaws.I am not sure if its caused by anxiety. I have had this for several years. My doctor thinks its caused by anxiety. I am currently not in medications. thank you
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replied November 28th, 2018
Anxiety, TMJ and hypocalcemia can cause such symptoms. Local causes including temporomandibular joint disorders need to be examined for. Calcium and vitamin d levels should be done. Focal neurological deficits should be looked for including cranial nerve examination. Treatment would depend upon the cause


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