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What does eye twitching mean?

My eyes often twitch? What does it mean when my eyes are twitching? Is it bad or good?
08/28/2012
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  • Sara

    As we know that eye twitching will make your eyelid repetitive, uncontrollable blinking or spasm. This is a common phenomenon come and go for lots of people. If you have often got twitching eyes, it will affects the eye muscles of both eyes. And there are many reasons that may cause eye twitch such as tiredness, eye strain, dry eyes and allergies. So, if you want to treat eye twitching, you shall first find the reasons that treat it rightly.
    08/28/2012
  • NATASHA

    Actually, eye twitching is a health alarm. For most people who have eye twitching, the common reason is overuse of your eyes or spiritual hypertension. In addition, eye refractive errors, myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism, intraocular foreign body, trichiasis, conjunctivitis, keratitis can cause eye twitching. The vast majority of eye twitching is caused by fatigue eye muscle and nervous, so you should relax yourself, and have enough rest, which can relieve eye twitching. If it is caused by ametropia, you can have a vision correction. If you have eye disease, you can go to the hospital and consult ophthalmologist. If this phenomenon becomes more serious, you may need a neurosurgeon for treatment.
    08/29/2012
  • b3autiful___

    Eye twitching can be divided into physiological phenomenon and pathological phenomenon. Physiological eye twitching doesn't need treatment and many people have experienced it. You only need to close your eyes and have a massage or fomentation then eye twitching will disappear. Foe Pathological eye twitching, some people may feel that face was twitching too, and feel nausea, dizziness and other symptoms. The Physiological eye twitching is Very difficult to heal, you need have a neurosurgeon examination and treatment as soon as possible.
    09/03/2012
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