...it's stress ...eyes are tired
I suffer from the same condition. My doctor told me the twitches are called blepharospasms, and are brought on by stress, lack of sleep, and caffeine. I effectively eliminated all caffeine from my diet, and made a conscious effort to get more rest, and it stopped for almost 6 months, but recently started up again, with no relief. I'm thinking once springtime arrives, and I can get outdoors and exercise more, the condition will improve.
It uses to happen if you had been switching from heat to cold enviroment, or something like doing your hair with dryer or blower and then to cold a/c . <br />
It's an spasm and any antispasmodic pill will make it feel better.
It usually happens to me when I'm nervous or upset.<br />
If you are one or both of the above, maybe make some tea and calm yourself down.
We have nerve endings all over our body. Occasionally one misfires which causes muscle twitching. A temporary condition that can occur anywhere on the human body. No big deal really.<br />
That is a bit longer than usual, just don't plan on air travel in your condition, a twitching eyelid is probably grounds for a ***** search these days LOL
Back when I was in the military, stress used to cause my eyelid to twitch all the time. It was really unnerving. Once I got out, it stopped. Imagine that.
Not enough sleep...
It's the tiny tracker I put in there so I would know if you brushed your teeth or not...<br />
No seriously, I don't know. Happens to me sometimes. Pretty weird.
Don't know why but it happens to me all the time, is harmless.