An eyelid twitch, or blepharospasm, is when the eyelid muscles spasm involuntarily and repeatedly. These are usually minor, but can become chronic in some cases, or can accompany serious brain and nerve disorders.
Dr. Burt Dubow explains causes of common eye twitches, tics and spasms and
how to rid yourself of them.
WebMD explains why your eye may sometimes twitch.
Jan 30, 2013 ... When it is, it's almost always accompanied by other signs and symptoms. Brain
and nervous system disorders that can cause eye twitch include ...
Again, there is no definite cause, but it may be worsened by stress, bright lights, watching too much TV, and fatigue.
For eyelid twitches
that last longer than 2 or 3 days, over-the-counter oral or topical (eye
drop) antihistamines may offer some relief. A more viole... More »
Jul 18, 2012 ... An eyelid twitch ( blepharospasm ) is a repetitive, involuntary spasm of the eyelid
muscles. A twitch usually occurs in the upper lid, although it ...
Eye twitching: Symptom — Overview covers definition and causes of intermittent
Eyelid twitches (or essential blepharospasm) are involuntary muscle ...
Researchers have speculated on several causes – including misdirected brain
Nov 14, 2011 ... “The most common causes of twitching eye include stress, lack of sleep, and
excess caffeine,” says Alberto Martinez, MD, an ophthalmologist in ...
Sometimes, the reason your eyelid is twitching cannot be found. This form of
eyelid twitching lasts much longer and is often very uncomfortable. It can also