Outside of cold adaption :), I have found that following Levine's protocol - in allowing 'these little spasmodic movements is somehow helpful in releasing something stuck inside is helpful.' It usually happens to me in the evening when I am tired.lainey said:...
... I find my right arm tends to flap about even for a while after I have turned off the shower. I just let it do its thing until it stops by itself. I can't help but think there is a connection to trauma being trapped in the body like in Peter Levine's book; in an unspoken voice. So allowing the body to run through these little spasmodic movements is somehow helpful in releasing something stuck inside? I don't know, just a thought.