Left Eye Twitching Superstition
Chinese superstition about left eye twitching
Left eye twitching is a common phenomenon observed in people around the world. However, what is interesting is how this general medical condition has sparked off a number of superstitions.
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Eyelid Twitching Remedies
Tip to prevent eye twitching
The twitching of the eyelid is an involuntary (uncontrollable) movement that can get pretty annoying after a while. However, there are quite a few useful remedies for the same.
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Reasons for Involuntary Eyelid Twitching
Annoying and often a cause of social embarrassment, eyelid twitching is quite common, and here are a few reasons that might cause your eyelids to twitch involuntarily.
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Twitching Right Eye
Causes of twitching right eye
Involuntary eyelid twitching occurs due to uncontrolled contractions of the muscles of the eyelids. Though many superstitious beliefs are associated with the twitching of eyelids, it may actually be a sign of eye strain, sleep...
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What Does It Mean When Your Eye Twitches
Causes of twitching eye
There are many myths associated with the phenomenon of twitching eyes. But is there any scientific explanation for the same? Well, it seems there is, and that's exactly what this article is all about.
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Eye Twitching - What Does it Mean
Causes of eye twitching
Occasional occurrence of eye twitching should not worry you. But if the same keeps recurring or worsens with time, then you would want to know what does it mean. And this article will help you with that...
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Eye Twitching and Headaches
Eye twitching is a normal response of the body to stress and so are headaches. However, in some people, these two conditions may have causes way more severe than just stress. Know about these two symptoms in greater detail from...
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Upper Eyelid Twitching Causes
Fatigue, stress and eye problems are some of the causes of upper eyelid twitching. Scroll down to know how to treat this eyelid problem.
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Eye Twitch Remedies: How to Stop Eye Twitching
Sometimes, a minor problem like eye twitching can be so bothersome that you have to opt for some remedial measures. In this article you will get to know about controlling eye twitching. Read on...
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What Does it Mean When Your Right Eye Twitches
There are many superstitions related to right eye twitching, depending on the interpreters' notion of good or bad luck. But, there's more to it than that meets the eye. The article explores on what it means when your right eye...
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Under Eye Twitching
Eyelid twitching is a common eye condition that is characterized by uncontrolled contractions of the muscles in the eyelids. The following write-up provides information on the common causes of under eye twitching along with...
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Eyeball Twitching
Muscle contraction often causes twitching. It could occur in any part of the body. This article emphasizes on causes, symptoms and treatment of twitching eyeballs.
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Eyebrow Twitching
Eyebrow twitching is a sudden contraction in the muscles above either of the eyebrows. Through this brief write-up let us take a look at what does noticing spasms in the eyebrows mean, and how this problem can be controlled...
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Involuntary Eye Twitching
Involuntary eye twitching is not a painful condition but when you have this problem, it is very annoying. This article will help you to understand the causes behind involuntary eye twitches and suggest remedies to get rid of it....
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Muscle Twitching Under Eye
Twitching of muscle under the eye can be caused due to a number of reasons. In this article, you will find causes and remedies for eyelid twitching or spasms.
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Eye Spasms
Eye spasms refer to an involuntary twitching of the eye that is usually caused by stress and fatigue. This article provides some information about this condition, its causes, and treatment.
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Eyelid Twitching Causes
Eyelid twitching, also known as an eye muscle spasm, is an involuntary blinking disorder. Though not a serious disorder, it occurs in millions annually, and is quite common in senior citizens. This Buzzle article tells you what...
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