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Hello, I am a 21 year old man, why is the edge of my eyebrows at the bottom of my forehead like to move on his own, usually if the movements in the eyelids for 2 or 3 days like to heal. Lah, I have been 1 month still like to move, embarrassed if I move when I talk to the interface, please the solution is really annoying.
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Your condition may be part of blepharospasm. This condition can be characterized by the eyes moving frequently or blinking on their own. Often times, this contraction of the muscles around the eyes for blinking is intense enough to involve the muscles around the eyebrows and beyond. Blefarospasm can be temporary, which is the result of being triggered by stress, fatigue, lack of sleep, or excessive consumption of caffeine, cigarettes, and alcohol. Genetic factors are thought to also influence a person's tendency to experience this. However, this condition could also persist for a long time so that it requires special treatment.
If the complaints you experience repeatedly recur for up to 1 month, then you should check them directly with a doctor or ophthalmologist. This condition may indicate several medical disorders, for example:
Photosensitivity (increased sensitivity of the eye to light) Xerophthalmia (dry eyes) Blefaritis (inflammation of the eyelids) Conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctiva) Nerve or brain disorders, eg Bell's palsy, muscular dystonia, Parkinson's disease, Tourette's syndrome Drug side effects, eg anti-psychotic drugs, anti-epileptic drugs, etc. With a direct examination by a doctor, it is possible that the conditions above can be detected and given appropriate treatment. If it turns out that your complaint comes from a nerve or brain disorder, you may be directed to see a neurologist.
In the meantime, try to resolve your complaint first through the following efforts:
Get enough sleep and discipline Don't stress or get tired Avoid excessive caffeine consumption Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol. Compress the eye area that often moves with warm water. Rest your eyes from staring too much at gadgets.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah