Our body gives various involuntary reactions in the flow of life and throughout the day, and these are ordinary, undeserved reactions for us. For example; such as eye twitching, eye twitching… It is very important to learn why our eyes are twitching instead of saying “my right eye is healthy, my left eye is wealth”. Although we often combine it with superstitions, conditions such as eye twitching and eye twitching can be preliminary symptoms of some ailments. B
Medical equivalent myokimi eye twitching is repetitive, involuntary contraction of eyelid muscles , said Seiko Optik Turkey Eye Health Consultant Op. Dr. Özgür Gözpınar, eye twitches usually occur on the upper lid, but rarely on the lower lid. Very rarely, eyelid twitches can be a sign of serious brain and nerve disease. However, in this case, there may be other accompanying neurological symptoms.
In which case is it necessary to go to the doctor for eye twitching?
- If eye twitching lasts longer than a few weeks
- If there is redness, swelling or discharge from the eyes
- If it has caused severe drooping of the eyelid
Twitches can be psychologically disturbing and most of them go away on their own without the need for treatment.
Causes of eye twitching
- Lack of sleep
- Physical strain
- Excessive use of alcohol, tobacco or caffeine
- Side effect of some drugs
First things to do
- Sufficient getting sleep
- Preventing dry eyes with duni tears
- Taking less tobacco and caffeine
- Applying a warm complex when spasm
Ophthalmologist Op . Dr. According to Özgür Gözpınar’s explanations, blepharospasm is a very strong contraction that causes the eye to close completely. In this sense, if the twitches reduce vision by closing one or both eyes, it definitely requires treatment.