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Category: What Causes Eye Twitches?

What Causes Eye Twitches?

Eyelid twitches (or essential blepharospasm) are involuntary muscle movements that happen in one or both eyelids.  Mild occurrences are very common, similar to the minor muscle spasms most people experience in their arms or legs. If you are experiencing a pesky eyelid tic or twitch, these are possible causes. Stress. There’s not much you can do about this except try to minimize the causes of stress. Fatigue and tiredness. Not just your body, but your eyes get tired too when over-worked. Catch up with a good night’s sleep. Alcohol and caffeine. Decaf your life and cut back on alcohol consumption…

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