Question: Can bad vision in one eye make your eye twitch?
Answer: If you have bad vision and it’s uncorrected or your don’t use your glasses/contacts it’s possible that you could have an eye twitch caused by straining your eyes. For example, constantly squinting to read or see things that are far away. Many people don’t like to admit that they need to wear glasses so they just try to avoid any activities that might bring to light their vision deficiencies. Unfortunately this isn’t a very viable solution as you’ll always end up needing to strain your eyes eventually when someone asks you to read something for example. Doing this repeatedly can lead to an eye twitch.
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