Why do our Eyes Twitch? | #aumsum


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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