Some causes of eye twitching are insufficient sleep, stress and consuming caffeine. Certain eye issues can lead to eye twitches, such as dry eyes, an infection and blepharitis, notes WebMD. Some medications prescribed fo... More »

According to Healthline, an eye twitch can occur due to stress, lack of sleep, nervous response, irritation and physical exertion. An eye twitch may also indicate the presence of a bacterial infection, such as conjuctivi... More »

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A slight tremor of the finger, thumb or hand is one of the typical early warning symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, according to National Parkinson Foundation. Other signs include a twitching chin or lip, a trembling leg, ... More »

Causes of eyelid twitching include stress, tiredness, eye strain, caffeine and alcohol, according to AllAboutVision.com. Dry eyes, a nutritional imbalance and allergies are also causes of eyelid twitching. Most sudden ey... More »

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Common causes of twitching under the eye include tiredness, stress and eye strain, explains All About Vision. In certain cases, lower eyelid spasms can indicate underlying neurological disorders, so it is important for s... More »

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The cause of eyelid twitching is generally unknown, but it is usually associated with stress, caffeine and fatigue, according to WebMD. Less common causes include eye conditions such as blepharitis and dry eyes, as well ... More »

WebMD states that minor eye twitching can be caused by fatigue, stress or caffeine. More serious cases of eye twitching are caused by eyelid inflammation, light sensitivity, dry eyes and pinkeye, along with brain or nerv... More »

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