Why do our Eyes Twitch? | #aumsum
12
February

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , /


It’s AumSum Time. Why do our Eyes Twitch? Because we use too much Twitter. What. Oh AumSum. Eye twitching is also referred to as eyelid
twitching or myokymia. Myokymia is a repetitive, spontaneous, involuntary
spasm. Or quivering of our eyelid muscles. These eye twitches are generally mild and
last for a very short length of time. But in some cases they may be strong enough
to force closing of both the eyelids. And in some cases they might last for a longer
period of time. Eye twitches are considered to be unpredictable
i.e. They do not follow any specific pattern of
occurrence. Some of the common causes of eye twitching
are: Eye irritation
Fatigue Lack of Sleep
Too much Alcohol, Caffeine or Tobacco. Allergies etc. Eyelid twitches are generally considered to be harmless but. May require a doctor visit in some extreme cases.


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