It depends on what's causing it to twitch. See a doctor.
A twitch is used to release endorphins into the horse's bloodstream by pinching either the muzzle or loose skin on the shoulder or neck. The endorphins go to the brain and help calm the horse down.
I think you can stop it by just holding your nose when your nose is about to twitch, I have this problem too and its so annoying.
Often it is a mineral deficiency that causes the twitch - usually a magnesium deficiency.
This is a worrying question. Please stop giving your dog benadryl.
Punch them in the face
ask him why he keeps giving you the cold shoulder, give him your opinion and thoughts on this.
You may stop on the hard shoulder in an emergency only.
yes, stunts your growth
no, i guess shoulder workout does it.....