Question: Can eye tics effect reading?
Answer: I know from personal experience that eye tics can have an effect on reading. It’s not so much that you’re unable to read but that it’s incredibly difficult to focus on what you’re reading when your vision is constantly being intruded upon by these twitches. This was a major motivating factor for me in figuring out why my eyes were twitching (prolonged computer use without resting my eyes) and starting this site. In fact, my eye twitching affected my reading abilities so badly that I had started to close the twitching eye so I could ignore it.
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