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Twitching spasm in eyebrow. Get plenty sleep at night. Reason?

I have had a twitching/pulsating spasm in my right eyebrow just above my eye for over three months now and it hasnt stopped. From the moment I wake up to the moment I fall asleep it is twitching. I dont smoke nor do any drugs. I also dont consume caffeine and I get plenty of sleep at night. I dont know what it could be?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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There are various causes for eye twitching or spasm. The type of work you do is important. If you use the computer a lot, eye muscle fatigue sets in. Any vitamin B complex deficiency causes a similar complaint. Have you refractive error checked to see if you need glasses or a change of prescription. Use a cold compress over the area a few times a day. As long as the twitching is restricted to the eye area and does not involve other areas you may try the above and it should resolve in a few days.
Answered: Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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