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 What causes involuntary twitches in the eye?

Answer Twitches are usually caused by muscle fatigue, muscle strain, stress and excessive caffeine. On occasion they are due to neural or muscular disorders. The same goes for an arm.And I'm sure no gen... Read More »
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What does it mean when your right eye twitches?

Eye twitching is a very common ailment that can affect either lid and often goes as quickly as it comes. However, in some cases, eye twitching can last for weeks or even months.Medical NameMyokymia... Read More »
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What can cause eye twitches?

Stress and caffeine can cause twitching. Those are the most likely causes. You need to reduce both. warm compresses and relaxation can help and cut back on the red bull/ caffeine.
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What does it mean when your left eye twitches?

If your left eye is twitching randomly, it means there is a small nerve-ending firing randomly as it dies off. [NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT - THIS IS NORMAL] Your body will replace it, and your normal ... Read More »
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What does it mean when your body twitches?

On One Hand: Body Twitches Are Usually InconsequentialAccording to Diagnose-Me.com, muscle twitching is typically caused by simple factors, such as muscle fatigue or strain. For example, it is not ... Read More »
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