You can only see fasciculations if you rest your tongue calm in your mouth ( and you know that even IF there are fasciculations, it is normal for BFS). If you stick it out, there is a very slight tension on it. A very common feature of BFS is that muscles do slightly quiver/tremor when they are tensed a very little bit. This often happens in fingers producing a slight tremor (or also strong
), in legs but in many people (including me) also in the face. Some days when I smile a bit, my cheeks will start to "tremor". When I hold my jaw in a certain position, it starts to tremor so my teeth clap. And if I open my mouth to a certain degree( like for checking your tongue) my lips will get a really really strange tremor!! An also my tongue tremors in the middle when I stick it out a bit.
"Our anxiety does not come from thinking about the future, but from wanting to control it" Kahlil Gibran
Anxiety is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained