Question: Can a face massage cause an eye twitch?
Answer: It’s incredibly unlikely that a face massage would cause eye twitching. The closest possible cause relating to such a situation would be a pinched nerve which is a result of physical trauma or stress such as sports injuries, repetitive stress injuries, and car accidents. However, this is one of those situations where I want to say “never say never” because there probably is a very tiny chance that a rough or deep face massage could result in a pinched nerve most likely as a result of a preexisting condition that was “pushed over the edge” in a sense. Remember though this is just my opinion and it would be a very tiny chance almost bordering on impossible.
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