Question: Can eye twitch occur from bad sight?
Answer: Eye twitching can occur from bad sight as a result of straining your eyes to read or while driving for example. It’s important to eliminate the straining caused by your bad eyesight to eliminate the eye twitch. Usually this means visiting an optometrist for an eye exam and a possible prescription for glasses or contacts. In other situations there might be a more serious underlying cause of your bad vision and resulting eye strain. If you already use corrective lenses and don’t find yourself straining your eyes it’s not a possibility that the twitching is a result from simply having bad eyesight. It’s only a possibility when you’re actively straining your eyes.
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