Question: Can allergies cause eyelid to twitch?
Answer: Allergic reactions and exposure to toxins such as molds or pesticides are reported to cause eyelid twitching. The medical literature linking toxic exposure to twitching is quite clear whereas the link to allergies is more anecdotal evidence from people suffering from allergies. Essentially an eyelid twitch is a result of stress on the body. This comes in the form of fatigue, stress, lack of sleep, and so allergies could fit right in there meaning it’s likely that allergies are a cause of this type of twitch.
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