Do your eyes twitch?
|If yes, then read this carefully because I’m going to share 7 effective tips on how to stop eye twitching in this article.|
|If you are reading this then there might be chances that your eyelids are twitching right now. You may find it very annoying and bothersome, and many of us experienced this from time to time. Now the actual term for an eyelid twitch is called an eyelid myokymia. It’s very similar to having any other muscle twitch in the body.|
|In eyelid myokymia, the nerve that controls the eyelid muscles becomes stimulated somehow, causing it to flutter and twitch away. It can be really bothersome. These eyelid twitches are benign for most people, and self-limiting means this only lasts maybe a day or two. But for some people, they can last weeks, months, and potentially even years.|
Now again these eyelid twitches are usually very normal to experience. This usually, happens as a little fluttering of the outside edge of your lower eyelid. But occasionally you’ll have an eyelid twitch of the upper eyelid but both are considered normal. However, there are some unique scenarios where basically, they’re not normal-
1. The first of those is called blepharospasm that is where both eyelids basically clinch shut very tightly and you cannot open them no matter how hard you try.
|2. Second, you could have what’s called a hemifacial spasm. That’s where half of your face starts to kind of spasm and grimace uncontrollably.|
In a hemifacial spasm, it is best to go see your doctor and talk to them about your experiences because they could be associated with other neurological conditions.
Again, those little fluttering of the eyelids are considered normal and are usually temporary.
Causes of Eyelids Twitching
3. Caffeine intake.
How To Stop Eye Twitching Fast?
1. Decrease your stress
2. Reduce fatigue
3. Reduced caffeine Intake
Now this one could be the most difficult of them all I know it might be my most challenging tip if you’re drinking a lot of coffee or some sort of caffeinated drink like energy drinks.
Perhaps just backing off of that caffeine will help a lot more of little eye twitches but instead of cutting back on the amount of caffeine may be just switching to a different type of caffeine believe it or not tea. The caffeine molecule in tea actually acts a little different and is digested differently in your body. So instead of getting the high spike of caffeine from coffee try to drink tea. Tea will actually, give you a very kind of mellow caffeinated that lasts longer throughout the day.