Eye twitching is usually caused by
fatigue, stress, excessive amounts of tobacco, alcohol, caffeine and a
few other factors. but even doctors aren’t sure about the exact reason
for what causes eye twitching.
Statistics show that in the US only more than 2000 cases develop every year, in mid to late adulthood blepharospasm is more likely to develop in women than in men.
You should know that this condition is detected early is not serious. You might be more sensitive to light, get blurry vision and even your entire face can start twitching as the condition progresses.
There is no need to get worried if the twitch lasts for a few minutes, but if it lasts for more than an hour than you should consult a doctor.
If you experience any of the symptoms bellows we recommend that you see a doctor as soon as possible.
- Upper eyelid starts drooping.
- Twitching causes the eyelid to close completely
- Eyes start to swell and you get red eyes or notice eye discharge.
- Experience spasms on your entire face.
- If the condition is more serious than your doctor will redirect you to a neurologist or other specialists.
- It is highly important that you get a detailed checkup to make sure there is no neurological disorder.