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What does it mean when my bottom lid of my eye is twitching?

What does it mean when my bottom lid of my eye is twitching?

Fasciculations: Small, local, involuntary muscle contractions are called fasciculations. They're caused by spontaneous firing of lower motor neurons & can occur in any skeletal muscle in the body. They're commonly encountered in healthy people and are rarely concerning. The cause is most commonly benign. They should subside, but if they continue to bother you, your primary care doc can refer you to a neurologist. ...Read more

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How do I make my eye lids stop twitches?

How do I make my eye lids stop twitches?

Wait: Most eyelid twitching resolves on its own with time. Occasionally, when it lasts more than a few months, it is either blepharospasm or hemifacial spasm and needs to be evaluated by an ophthalmologist. ...Read more

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Why do both of my eye lids keep twitching. my eyes feel kind of dry and the more i think about it i start feel itchy and cold,all over my body?

Why do both of my eye lids keep twitching. my eyes feel kind of dry and the more i think about it i start feel itchy and cold,all over my body?

Possibilities: You might be experiencing blepharospasm, or even bilateral myokymia, both relatively benign, and a visit to your eye specialist should be both reassuring and helpful. ...Read more

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I woke up with double eye lids on my left eyes several times in this 2wk. Last month, my left eyes twitching several times due to lack of sleep.

I woke up with double eye lids on my left eyes several times in this 2wk. Last month, my left eyes twitching several times due to lack of sleep.

Your solution:: sleep more. And sleep better. As in sleep in a restful way, without alcohol or sedatives on board and with a healthy relaxed body in a comfortable manner. For a young person, sleep hygiene may be a foreign concept but you will need to learn it to protect your body from premature wear and tear when you age. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more

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Can a patient in a coma move eye lids, twitch toes/feet, and flail arms as though in protest when repositioned?

Can a patient in a coma move eye lids, twitch toes/feet, and flail arms as though in protest when repositioned?

Yes, especially-: -if not deep coma. Many will have responses 2 painful stimuli, especially if they are coming out of the coma. ...Read more

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Can muscle twitching in calves and eye lids and some other body parts and weight loss last for 3 months or so with depression and anxiety?

Can muscle twitching in calves and eye lids and some other body parts and weight loss last for 3 months or so with depression and anxiety?

Depression wt loss: Yes, anxiety can cause a variety of symptoms including twitching (not twerking), and depression can lead to weight loss as there are appetite changes and you just don't feeling hungry. ...Read more

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Ent says vestibular neuritis- hearing great via hearing test, mild nystugmutus to the left.But when i close my eyes they twitch (eye lids). Vertigo worse in am.Can twitch b from neuritis? No MRI done

Ent says vestibular neuritis- hearing great via hearing test, mild nystugmutus to the left.But when i close my eyes they twitch (eye lids). Vertigo worse in am.Can twitch b from neuritis? No MRI done

I do MRIs: Generally symptoms related to the posterior fossa of the brain can be clinically diagnosed but they cannot be certain there is no stroke or tumor present. My mother had the diagnosis of recurrent vestibular neuritis (or labyrinthitis). In mris done a few years later she had multiple pontine strokes. Also the doctor should order your MRI with and without contrast. ...Read more

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What could be causing muscle twitches in calves, arches of foot, toes, thighs, back, fingers, eye lids, etc? I have been experiencing off/on x 1 week

What could be causing muscle twitches in calves,  arches of foot, toes, thighs, back, fingers, eye lids, etc? I have been experiencing off/on x 1 week

Multifactorial: Your twitches may be related to your underlying hyperthyroidism, but other reasons may include stress, stimulant overuse (for example, caffeine), overexercise, or nutritional deficiencies. Here is some more information: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003296.htm ...Read more

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Why does my bottom eye lid twitch frequenty?

Why does my bottom eye lid twitch frequenty?

Caffeine and...: Caffeine, stress and lack of sleep are the top causes of twitching. Check out http://www.2020vision.Com/eye_twitch.Html for more info! ...Read more