Question: Can allergies cause a face twitch?
Answer: It seems there isn’t a strong consensus on weather or not allergies can cause face twitching. Many people report that their allergies cause twitching but in terms of medical literature the closest link is to exposure to toxins rather than an allergic reaction. For example, molds and pesticides are both known to cause twitches from exposure. There is such an overwhelming number of people with allergies who report it causing twitching that it’s likely a possible side effect and may just not be mentioned in the material I’ve read. Also in a sense allergens produce a response in our body similar to toxins so one could argue they’re one and the same to someone who’s allergic to specific things.
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