Question: Can eye twitching be caused by a massage?
Answer: It’s very unlikely that eye twitching would be caused by a massage. The closest possible cause that would fit with a massage as a trigger is a pinched nerve. This is usually caused by physical trauma such a car accident though not a massage. I say unlikely because it is possible that you could have a pinched nerve that is aggravated by receiving a massage for example rather than caused by it. I’ve never heard of this happening but I don’t want to say it’s impossible just very unlikely.
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