My left eye has been twitching for more than two days and it comes and goes so it does not boggle me a lot only except when I am driving.
Scientifically, eye twitching is usually a benign muscle twitch that occurs in the eyelids. If you’re experiencing this type of eyelid twitch it can be difficult to determine the cause and proper course of treatment and to find a solution for twitching eyes, we needed to determine the underlying cause of this annoying problem. Called myokymia in doctor lingo, these rippling muscle contractions in an eyelid can be triggered by:
- Dry eyes
- Nutritional imbalances
- Lack of Sleep
- Computer Screen
Read more: http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/eye-twitching.htm#ixzz1DTRLhZUO
However, based on word of mouths...(eerie music coming in tune) an eye twitch, ladies and gentlemen, especially when it happens on the left eye is an omen....., so beware dear me for there is evil or sadness or even a bad sign lurking right before your twitching eye..Thus, THOU SHALL SEEK REFUGE IN HIM AND THOU SHALL REMAIN PARANOID UNTIL THY EYE COMES TO A REST....Hah hah hah hah hah..(me doing a Vincent Price laugh)
Hmm..duuuh...really??? So, should I be SUPER scared or just let the twitching go on its own..Considering the fact that I have spent countless hours on the Net and also losing sleep cutting out yellow, green and light green circles for my class decor, I think I will choose the latter! It's more calming than the former...