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juggalove juggalove 31-35, F 13 Answers Mar 5, 2011

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...it's stress ...eyes are tired

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but i'm not stressed, actually today was one of my better days, and i had plenty of sleep....

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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.

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oh my! i'm so thrilled, thank out

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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.

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thank you for that, but i don't like to take pills. but i have been running in and out all day and this is germany..... so i guess that's it. thanks :)

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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.

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but this was a great day, and i live on cat-nip and chamomile tea.... come to think of it- that sounds good. ima make me some :)

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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 />
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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

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but for a whole day, or two?

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Try taking a calcium/magnesium capsule with some food that contains a bit of fat, like peanut butter or plain yogurt.

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when i crave "candy" i eat peanut butter or fruit or nuts etc

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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.

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well getting away from uncle sam isn't an option at this time :(

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Not enough sleep...

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i spend a 3rd of my life asleep :/

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Need to eat a Banana

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will do

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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.

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lmao! i promise! i brushed!

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Don't know why but it happens to me all the time, is harmless.

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oh i know it's harmless, but i haven't had it happen for a whole day in years. but thanks for the reassurance :)

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