Well, yes, hormone can lead to itchy eyes. As we know that eye twitching often occurs during stressful times. According to some researches, aging, hormonal changes, and several environmental factors cause your eyes to dry. And then it can lead to itchy eyes. Also, stress can cause involuntary spasms causing eyelid ticks or twitches, too. For your situation, you can add omega-3 fatty acids to your diet either in supplement form or in foods like walnuts, salmon, flaxseed, canola or soybean oil, and then it will be very beneficial to your symptom. Anyway, just be careful about it.
Nobody can give definitive evidences for hormones can cause eye twitching. However, I know that 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, the best way to solute it is to go to see a doctor and accept a medical treatment, then you'll be okay as soon as possible.
I am not aware of hormones causing eye twitching but I know, in my case, a lack of nutrition was my cause.
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