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Welcome to Eyelid Twitching Relief

Eyelid twitching refers to the condition where the upper, lower or both eye lids involuntary spasm. The frequency of the contractions can very, but will typically occur at predictable intervals. The muscles of the eyelid are contracting abnormally, that is the reason for the contractions does not translate to a useful function of the eye. Eyelid twitching is a common condition in people of all ages. It is important that patients experiencing eyelid twitching seek relief as it causes distraction, accelerated eye fatigue and in more extreme cases, strain to the surrounding tissues around the eye. This website and the expert staff of physicians that contribute to it are dedicated to providing the latest in natural remedies to cure your eye twitch for good. Please explore our website further to learn more eyelid twitching, its common causes, how it affects your body as a whole and of course the remedies for curing it. Your journey to relief starts now.

To make your journey easier, we've broken down all the information you will need into three simple categories. We recommend reading sequentially through each topic to first become more educated about this condition and how it can be treated.

 

Causes of Eyelid Twitching

Involuntary twitching or spasms of the upper and/or lower eyelid can be caused by a multitude of factors. In most cases the twitching comes and goes, lasting for somewhere between days and weeks. Before one can determine the appropriate course of action for eliminating the twitch, consider all changes in your diet, activities and lifestyle leading up to and during the occurrence of the twitching. A suggested method of doing so is by setting up a chart.

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Effects of Eyelid Twitching

Eyelid twitching is very common. In almost all cases there is no danger to the patient other than the constant distraction and frustration with the condition itself. There are, however, effects to the surrounding tissues that must be considered. In this section we will cover the composition of the eye, eye lid and the associated functions of each component. Our intent is not to overwhelm you with long-winded explanations full of hard to pronounce medical nomenclature, but rather to give you the facts as straightforward as possible and in a way that the layperson can easily understand.

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Natural Remedies

The treatments available for curing eye twitching are many. They range from holistic approaches involving very natural herbs and oils to more traditional medicinal techniques. We'll also discuss briefly the extreme of the extreme cases that require invasive procedures. Don't be alarmed, because as we've mentioned already, this condition is very common and is almost always treatable. With that, let's start looking at the various remedies that are out there starting from simple to more complex.

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CLIENT TESTIMONIAL

spacerI've been battling eyelid twitching in my left eye since I was 9 years old. After over 10 years of enduring the discomfort of this awkward condition I have finally found relief. The specialists I've seen over the years all told the same story- I have to live with it....until now. I'm now free of the twitching!

Elizabeth Dorskey - Ann Arbor, MI


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