Can a twitching eye be a neurological problem?


Question: Can a twitching eye be a neurological problem?

Answer: Although most cases of eye twitching are simply benign fasciculations (harmless twitching) from things like lack of sleep, stress, fatigue, and so on it is possible that it’s a symptom of neurological disorders. This is particularly worrisome if you’re experiencing other health problems as well. Due to the serious nature of a lot of neurological conditions it’s advisable to seek professional medical help if you suspect that you might have a neurological problem.

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