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How can I get my eyelid to stop twitching?

How can I get my eyelid to stop twitching?

Get more sleep.: Eyelid twitching is due to overacting nerve impulses to the eyelid muscles. Reduction of caffeine, nicotine or stress will help. Stop burning the candle at both ends and get more real sleep. It may take a week or more for these solutions to work but no real harm is done from the twicthing. Rarely, the twitching is a spasm and might require Botox injections so you should see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Bottom right eyelid has been twitching off and on all through the day for 2 weeks. Should i be worried? How do I get it to stop?

Bottom right eyelid has been twitching off and on all through the day for 2 weeks. Should i be worried? How do I get it to stop?

Muscle spasm: What you describe sounds like a common condition called orbicularis oculi myokymia. It's a type of spasm in muscles around the eye. It tends to present in times of stress. It can cause the vision in that eye to vibrate, as well. If symptoms are severe or not resolving over time, you should see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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What makes eyelids twitch and how do you stop it?

See below: More restful sleep and avoidance of stimulants like caffeine can lessen the amount of this benign form or muscle spasm of eyelid muscle. ...Read more

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How to stop my eyelid from twitching?

Called myokymia: Twitching of the lid is common in the middle years. It is random and not precipitated by any known pathology. Mostly it is subtle and you can feel it but others cannot see it. Rubbing the twitching lid commonly stops it. Some think extra calcium and magnesium cut down the incidence. Be assured that it is benign and will not harm the eye or vision. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how to stop my eyelid from twitching?

Artificial tears: Eyelid twitching is usually the result of drying of the eyes, allergy, or air polutants. Cool compresses will help. Artificial tears will help lubricate the eyes. If you think it's allergy there will be reddening of the eyes. For allergy try Optivar or Zaditor (ketotifen) drops from the drug store. ...Read more

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Why does my eyelid keep twitching and how can I stop it?

Why does my eyelid keep twitching and how can I stop it?

Benign: Most "muscle twitches" involving eyelid are secondary to myokymia, which is a benign flickering, usually associated with eyestrain, fatigue, stress, bright sunshine, etc. But blepharospam may explain your twitch, and, if painful, or increasingly uncomfortable, have your eye specialist evaluate, and treat as appropriate. ...Read more

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Why can the nerve in my eyelid twitch and how do I stop it?

Irritation: It is not usually the nerve that twitches, it's the muscle. The eyelid is a sandwich made up of skin, muscle, cartilage and lubricating glands. When the glands become infected or irritated they annoy the adjacent muscles and a twitch, or myokymia, results. Warm compresses, lid hygiene and drop medication can often make it better in a hurry. ...Read more

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How do I stop my eyelid from periodic episodes of twitching?

Rest: This twitching of the eyelid is known as myokymia. It is triggered by stress, caffeine use and lack of sleep. It typically lasts for a few weeks and goes away by itself. It is not of concern unless the twitching spreads to other parts of your face, if that happens, see your doctor immediately. ...Read more