The Left Eye Often Twitches And Pain In The Cheekbones?
I want to ask, lately my eye on the left often twitches, a day can be more than 3x, but sometimes the cheekbones feel sore when laughing too much, I think “why huh?
Hello Uswatun, Thank you for the question.
Eye twitching is often associated with the myth that someone is being talked about by other people. Eye twitching, or blepharospasm, is the repeated spontaneous movement of the upper eyelid. This movement of the eyelids is actually not a very dangerous condition but it can irritate the sufferer. This condition also requires further examination if it occurs repeatedly because it can indicate a certain medical condition. Some of the causes of eye twitching:
Minor twitching, more related to lifestyle such as fatigue, stress, alcohol consumption dry eye conjunctivitis uveitis blepharitis triiasis side effects Parkinson's, and others.
If this complaint has been going on for some time, you should consult an ophthalmologist first so that the doctor can perform an examination of your eye to find the cause. if there are no problems in your eye and your complaints persist, you can consult a neurologist.
On the other hand, it is normal to complain of pain around the cheeks after you laugh a lot because when you laugh, your facial muscles will move and can become tense if the movement is repeated (due to laughter). If this complaint goes away on its own you don't have to worry about this complaint.
Please do the following suggestions:
Get enough rest, limit your consumption of caffeinated drinks and avoid alcohol. Apply warm compresses to twitching eyes using artificial eye drops if the eyes feel dry limit viewing computers or gadgets Hope this information is useful.