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Twitching in eyelid and cheek. Suggested to cover head and neck. What to do to stop twitching?

I am getting twitching in my left eyelid , and left cheek frequently for 2 years now . iw as sleeping underceiling fan for 2 years, and then under Spilt AC for 3 months. Doctrs told me not to sleep like this, and cover my head and neck . I tried but it doesn t stop. What can I do to stop twitching?Pl. advise. Thanking you in advance
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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Hi there,

Thanks for posting your query.
There are many causes of eye twitching. Some of them are stress, fatigue , excessive intake of caffeine or nutritional defeciencies like Calcium and magnesium.You could try not to strain your eyes too much.get a goodnight's sleep and cut down on your coffee/tea intake.

Have you got your serum electrolytes tested? Sometimes low calcium/magnesium/sodium/potassium levels can cause twitching of eyelids etc. .

Hope this helps.

Have a great day.


Dr.Divya Kuttikrishnan
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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