Just about everyone has experienced this in their life, your eye begins to twitch for apparent reason and won’t stop. This could be extremely irritating after a while right?
So why does this happen?
Did you know that it’s common for your eye begins to twitch and have these strange spasm? For some people it occurs on the top eyelid but it’s really common for the bottom eyelid to start doing this. It might come and go as the day goes on. So is there anything you can do for this?
You might of already guessed that eye twitching is not from something good. So what does it mean?
Eye twitching has been defined by Mayo Clinic as:
Eyelid twitching (myokymia) affects only the eyelid. It can involve either the upper or lower lid, but only one eye at a time. The eye twitching can range from being barely noticeable to bothersome. The twitching usually goes away within a short time but may recur over a few hours, days or longer. A lot of general doctors aren’t even sure what exactly is to blame for eye twitching, leading to frustration for those who have tried to seek an explanation.