ktwf2- great little video! thanks!
and yep that was me- (my mum gave me a handkerchief to chew on cause otherwise all my tops had chewed collars or sleeves
) and yep quite a few of those things I still do... unless I sit with leg under me or 'all scrunched up'... I tap, but camouflaging it a bit by tapping a rhythm using both feet or like shen I forever wiggle my toes, or ankles or
as I just noticed ...one of my 'faves' fast tensing/relaxing of buttocks muscles (bf says 'yep you do this 24/7, sitting, standing, anywhere' - I didnt realize he'd noticed, cause I dont notice
), holding/gripping anything ...
but I dont invade personal space... if anything I've gone the other way
and nope I'm not really clumsy anymore- but am wondering how much of a role compensating for having carp proprio ( the 'forever tensing' bits, having to think before/as you do instead of 'just doing' etc) plays in muscle pain/fatigue and fatigue in general...
oh and for the older peops- remember "zappel phillip" (fidgety phillip ??) in the morality tales for kids book "shock headed peter"? me thinks poor guy did have carp proprio
- and his severely frowned upon way of 'balancing on the back legs of chairs'... was my fave way of sitting on chairs as a kid