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My right eye has been fluttering for 2 1/2 days now. The only time it doesn't flutter is when I'm sleeping. A coworker told me that it could be related to high blood pressure, but I don't know how true this is. Does anyone know any reasons as to why my eye will not stop fluttering? I haven't called the dr yet because I thought it would just go away. I've never had my eye flutter for so long. Any thoughts????
I hate it when that happens!!! I had an irritating eye twitch that lasted all day this past weekend, so I was curious about everyone's answers. I googled and found the link below. Interesting read... everyones answers above are correct. The easiest thing you can try is to lie down for a lttle while, drop in some eye drops and take a nap.
its normal we all get it from time to time and i was told its caused by stress, thats all de stress take time out and it should go away
It's called myokymia, which basically translates to 'annoying but harmless twitch'. Many people theorize that there is a potassium deficiency, high levels of stress, poor sleep, but no one knows for sure. It will resolve on it's own, there is no treatment for it.
Another eye condition which is more serious is called 'benign essential blepharospasm'. It actually closes the eye involutarily. That can be treated if necessary
Almost always is nothing to worry about.
First try cut back on the caffeine, get relaxation.
It should stop on its own, but wait and if it doesn't get better, then call to check.
google "blepharospasm" to get advice
Are you stressed lately? I know that stress can cause that, but I don't know if it is the only cause...so the blood pressure thing could also be true. I hope it goes away soon!
I had that for two weeks! SOOO ANNOYING! It's lack of rest. SLEEP SLEEP SLEEP
Fatigue or lack of sleep
Over consumption of caffeine
Physical or emotional stress
Anxiety or phobias
Brain damage or other neurological disorders
Associated with temper tantrums (especially in children)
Eye stress associated with extended viewing of the computer screen
Consult a doctor if -
Twitches that cause your eyelids to completely close
Experience redness, swelling, or discharge from the eye
Experience sensitivity to light or vision is blurred
Twitching extends from the eye to other parts of the face
Twitches are uncomfortable or painful
Twitches increase in frequency and intensity
Twitches do not disappear within a 7 day week
Twitches are accompanied by a fever
Here are some home remedies to try
flushing eyes with water