Twitch On The Left Cheek Under The Eyes After Yawning?
this end * I often times if after yawning it must be the left cheek under the eye twitch and a little longer? Then, yesterday I felt very dizzy to wake up when I was sick, even though I was just breastfeeding, was that dangerous?
Twitch or tics is one of the disorders of the facial nerve. This can be caused by some triggers such as lack of rest where nursing mothers often lack sleep at night, stress, fatigue, exposure to pollution such as cigarette smoke, dry eyes, eye infections and also other causes.
This is not dangerous but if the complaint continues to become numb on one side of the face it is necessary to consult a neurologist to find out the cause. To relieve it can be enough rest, avoid exposure to gadgets, avoid smoking or exposure to cigarette smoke, compress the eyes that experience twitching and try to maintain a diet and multiply foods rich in vitamins and minerals such as fruits and vegetables to increase good nutrition for innervation. If there is no improvement, there will be treatment, one of which can be treated with Botox injections to overcome the innervation that is experiencing problems.
May be useful.