What causes involuntary nose twitching?

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Involuntary nose twitching might be caused by one of several neurological disorders including Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis. Some involuntary nose twitches might be caused by facial tics or spasms of the muscles in the facial area. These spasms are sometimes related to Tourrettes syndrome or the use of certain medications for an extended period of time. Some illegal drugs including amphetamines can cause facial and nose twitches as well as dehydration and essential tremor.
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