Can eye twitching be a serious neurological disorder?


Question: Can eye twitching be a serious neurological disorder?

Answer: Eye twitching is sometimes a symptom of serious neurological disorders. However, this is quite rare and it’s much more common that you have benign fasciculation syndrome (essentially a harmless muscle twitching). This is usually caused by things like lack of sleep, stress, or fatigue for example. If you have other health problems in combination with the twitches it’s important to seek professional medical help as it’s more likely to be a neurological disorder. However, it’s important to remember how rare this is so don’t panic. It never hurts to get a professional opinion and check up though.

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