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Can vertigo cause eye twitching?

Is it possible to get eye twitching because of vertigo. Why or why not?
11/19/2012
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  • Noah james

    Eye twitching is caused by a nerve firing off and usually only lasts a few days. This does not relate to vertigo. Actually, there are no exact causes of eye twitching, but the causes can be identified. In most cases, eye twitching may be triggered by or related to eye strain, fatigue, dry eye, substance intake and allergies. If your twitching has gone on for longer than one week, you are having trouble seeing out of the affected eye, your eye is swollen, red or emitting a discharge, your eyelid begins to droop or the twitch has spread to other parts of the face, you will need to seek medical attention.
    06/10/2015
  • handygrl_90

    Yes, it is possible to get eye twitching because of vertigo. Your vertigo can be resulted from fatigue and stress, and the two symptoms often make the muscle in your eyelid twitch. Once spasms begin, they may continue off and on for a few days. Then, they disappear. You had better to rest a period of time, it will disappear.
    11/19/2012
  • Mariah ja

    Well, in my opinion, vertigo can not lead to eye itchy. Generally speaking, itchy eyes are caused by the irritants and the pollution, even the bacteria which invades in your eyes, and make your eyes infected. And then your eyes feel itchy. On the other hand, vertigo is the feeling that you or your environment is moving or spinning. And according to some researches, vertigo describes an illusion of movement. In many cases, if vertigo exists, some symptoms such as a sensation of disorientation or motion will occur. So there is no collection between itchy eyes and the vertigo. For your situation, you should go and see an eye doctor, so that he can help you find out the causes of your itchy eyes.
    11/21/2012
  • Zoe

    The fact that eye twitching could be resulted from a lot of problems, such as a lot of fatigue, physical disorders, other eye problems, mental stress and some other diseases. However, vertigo would not give rise to eye twitching. So I suggest that you try to identify the possible reasons for this , maybe consult a doctor is a good way to go.
    11/22/2012
  • Kyle kirk

    Vertigo actually is whirling or spinning movement, which is a subtype of dizziness. That is, vertigo is a sensation of spinning while stationary. Vertigo may be present in patients of all ages. It is possible that your eye twitching because of vertigo. Well, vertigo is usually related to vomiting or nausea, unsteadiness, and excessive perspiration. Vertigo may also cause blurred vision, difficulty speaking, a lowered level of consciousness, and hearing loss. One of vertigo permanent symptoms is central nervous system disorders. However, definitive treatment depends on the underlying cause of the vertigo. The scientists clarify three treatments: benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, anticholinergics and antihistamines. However, eye twitching can be caused by eye strain and eye dry. If you stare computer in a long time, your eyes are naturally uncomfortable, especially the nerves that around the eyes. There are many other factors that will lead to eye twitching. For example, pink eye, eye infection and red eye. And vertigo can cause central nervous system disorders. So if you really get eye twitching because of vertigo, be careful.
    11/26/2012
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