Tremors are often caused by fatigue, stress, excessive smoking, alcohol, caffeine, and other factors. But even doctors do not know the exact cause of blinking.
Many allergies, such as eye irritation and dryness, attract the eye. In some cases, eye twitching can be a symptom of a more serious neurological disorder, such as blepharospasm (also called abnormal blinking or blepharospasm), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
According to statistics, more than 2,000 cases are reported annually in the United States alone, and blepharospasm at the end of sexual intercourse is more common in women than in men.
If blepharospasm is detected in time, it is not dangerous. You are more sensitive to light, have blurred vision, and as the condition progresses, your entire face begins to tremble.
If your eyes only twitch for a few minutes, don’t worry. However, if it lasts for more than an hour, you should consult a doctor.
If you experience any symptoms, we recommend that you see your doctor as soon as possible.
The upper eyelid begins to droop.
Torsion causes the eyelids to close completely
Your eyes may become swollen, red, or watery.
Try doing contractions all over your face.
If the condition is more serious, your doctor will refer you to a neurologist or other specialist. It is very important to have a thorough examination to make sure that there is no neurological disorder.