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eyelid twitching

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 3, 2006
  • 03:23 PM

My right eyelid has been twitching for about 2 mo. Does anybody know how to stop it why it could be happining?

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  • mines as well if u find out anything please let me know... johnny
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  • I had an eye twitch for over 2 months and it started after a busy work trip overseas so I attributed it to stress and fatigue but it stuck around even after I had rested and was feeling much less stressed. I was in LA for another business trip and decided to stop into a Chinese herbalist for whatever it was worth. They told me that twitching was a "wind" ailment which can be associated with the liver and excess...whether it be excessive stress, excessive salt, alcohol or anything excess. I did not think too much of it and took some herbs. Eventually the twitch vanished over time but shortly after I found out I had "excess" iron in my blood due to a genetic disorder called HH. It was just approaching levels that could start to get dangerous. I could not help but think the twitch was maybe my body's expression of this excess but again, I could b reading into it. I am not saying you have HH but you may have some excess that you need to cut back on to get your body back to normal!
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  • Eyelid twitching can also be caused by a trigger point in your neck. Look it up if you want.
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  • Acupuncture treatment can stop the eye twitching. I don't remember what my acupuncturist said was the cause of it. I used to go for a treatment every week--sort of a general "tune-up." She'd look me over, and I'd tell her about any physical or emotional symptoms that were bothering me, and she'd do a treatment based on those symptoms and on her assessment (from taking my pulse, and so on). The eye twitch was a minor thing, and one treatment would make it stop. Other problems could take many treatments.I came to this page because my eye is twitching severely, and I can’t go get acupuncture right now. So I tried massaging my neck, since someone else here mentioned it, and I went to another site (http://www.alive.com/2963a9a2.php?subject_bread_cramb=115), which recommended taking calcium, magnesium, vitamin B complex, and a vitamin B12 sublingual tablet.I also took a tissue salt, as recommended there--Kali phos, since I have that one on hand. Mag phos might be better, but I don’t have it at the moment.My eye twitch has almost completely stopped. Thought I’d report this before going back to work, since it may help others. At the moment I can say that, even if it turns out that the twitch doesn’t stop altogether, the self-treatment I’ve tried so far has definitely helped.
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  • My eyelid was twitching like mad for several months. During that time my hypothyroidism was getting worse. That was one of the first signs followed by many more as the weeks went by.If you have more symptoms than that one see your doctor.
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  • I suffered with eye lid twitching for over 2 years and went to many eye doctors who tried many treatments including putting me on a low dose of medicine they use for parkinson. The twitching was better but I was always drained and wanting to put eye drops in. Finally someone told me to try a Chiropractor and after 3 treatments I could tell the difference. I am now off the medicine and my eyes do not feel as drained as they had. My chiropractor had told me if she was not able to help she would recommend accupuncture.
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  • Good day, I have read about the story of your eye sickness of eyelid-twitchings. For your information, I have been suffering from exactly the same type of sickness like yours in the past few years whereby my eyelids also tend to twitch both continuously and uncontrollably without me being able to do anything to control the twitchings at all. As a result, my eyes would seem like blinking all the while to anyone who looks at me and I totally could not drive, look directly and persistently at the pc or tv screens and most of the times, I simply can't read any books or newspaper properly. And I have sought lots of medical treatments and apply various kinds of eye drops and even have the MRI examinations taken to get my eyes cured , but these efforts turn out to be in vain. Luckily, just about a year after I suffer from such a sickness, I come across an accupuncture expert who studied and observed closely about my problems and then administer a theraphy needle on the part of the flesh which is about 1.5 cm above the middle part of my right hand between my thumb and my forefinger. After that, he just ask me to press (using just mild force) that accupuncture point using such objects like toothpick /normal writing pen or anything with a blunt end at least 2 hours a day for about 2 months. Having done that persistently based on his order, my eyelid-twitching that makes my eyes blinking all the time just totally recover and I can drive, work with the pc screens, watch tv, movies and read as well as work like any other normal persons. For your further information, I have also come across quite a couple of people in my real life annoyed by such an eyelid-twitching problem and accordingly, I just recommend the method as mentioned above to them and within weeks, they just experience significant improvements to their conditions after applying this therapy, and after a few months , they just recover totally from this sickness. As a matter of fact, I actually intend to put an illustration of that part of the hand (the one between the thumb and the forefinger of the right hand) to demontrate that accupuncture point to you more clearly, but this cannot be done due to limitations of this website. However, shall you have any further enquiries about the method I recommend above, you are welcome to address it to email address :eow_c@hotmail.com and I'll try my best to help you. Lastly, I sincerely wish that the ones troubled by such an annoying eyelid-twitching sickness can recover finally from their illness.
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    • December 20, 2007
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  • Please refer to the article that I have posted on the webpage : http://www.answerbag.com on the topic : How can I stop my eyelid from twitching and why does it twitch? (you may look for it through yahoo search engine) Thank you. Enclosed is the attachement that I have overlooked to include in my previous article about acupuncture treatment for my eyelid-twitching sickness posted to this website. From : eow_c
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    • December 25, 2007
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  • Note : The following article is only meant as a reference material to the intended recipients and advices should be sought from the medical experts to establish the authenticity of its contents. For your information, I get this sickness while living abroad indirectly from depression through subsequent allergy and overdosage of the related-medications and I hope that the information given below will be useful to the intended readers. Eyelid twitching, which is lately referred to as Blepharospasm or Myokymia is actually a symptom of involuntary and uncontrollable movements in the muscles around a person's eyes which in turn make them appear like 'blinking non-stop' to other people. Generally, the movements of one's muscle is controlled by the nerves around them that in turn receive signals from the brains which ultimately dictate the variety of 'ways' in which such movements are to be conducted based on a person's will. The causes of such eyelid-twitching symptom in most common cases may just due to short-term stress, over-tiredness, over-straining of one's eyes, occasional anxiety, temporary panic fits and nervousness which in turn can be easily relieved and recover naturally by a good rest, more relaxation and trying to calm oneself down to stop getting anxious, panic and worried and stressful over certain things. In this regard, such phenomena tend to be quite common among certain students and other professionals.However, in the cases of a persistent uncontrollable twitchings of the eyelids which only get aggravated rather than improved over time and last for months and even years, it may just probably imply that the nerves around the eyes organ are simply not 'properly functionable' enough to bring about the desired movements of the muscles based on the mental instructions from the brains of a person. Except for any brain and other eye muscle damages/eye muscle disorders caused by permanent lack of certain nutrients and minerals etc or other irritations to that organ like dry eyes, sore eyes, bacteria infections etc, such a chronic eyelid-twitching sickness may likely be caused by certain disturbances and disorders that affect or weaken the functionality of the nerves around the eyes to bring about the desired movements of this organ based on the person's will. In this regard, the possible reasons of such chronic eyelid-twitching sickness may probably due to the causes as mentioned above which is experienced by a person over a considerably long period of time rather than just temporarily. Apart from that, other likely causes maybe be certain traumas, especially the emotional ones, allergy to or overdosage of certain medications that carry such side effects as muscle spasms, particularly photophobia in the case of eyelid-twitching symptom. In fact, I myself have also been suffering from such a sickness due to allergy and overdosage to such medications like Risperdal and other similar drugs (of which I have stopped taking and replaced with something else so as not to further worsen the eyelid-twitching problem and to prevent a relapse of that sickness after I get healed). As such, I would very much like to share my own genuine personal experience with you over the course of my treatment of such a sickness and I hope that it will somehow be helpful to a certain extent especially to those who have been having the similar experience as mine and I would to emphasize that it again only is meant as a reference material to anyone reading it. For your information, I have been suffering from this sickness in the past few years whereby my eyelids also tend to twitch both continuously and uncontrollably without me being able to do anything to control the twitchings at all. As a result, my eyes would seem like blinking all the while to anyone who looks at me and I totally could not drive, look directly and persistently at the pc or tv screens and most of the times, I simply can’t read any books or newspaper properly. And I have sought lots of medical treatments and advices as well as apply various kinds of eye drops, taking various types of vitamins, mineral pills as well as many types of anti-muscle spasm medications from lots of eye specialists, neurosurgeons and psychiatrists (who explain the medical theories mentioned above to me), ENT specialists and other general practitioners, and even have the MRI examinations taken to get my eyes cured , but these efforts turn out to be in vain as they fail to yield any positive results and my eyes still keep on blinking non-stop. Luckily, just about a year after I suffer from such a sickness, I come across an acupuncture expert who studied and observed closely about my problems and then administer a therapy needle on the part of the flesh at the back of the palm which is about 1.5 cm vertically from the point of intersection between my thumb and my forefinger of my right hand (as per attachment) to strengthen the weakened and sensitive nerves around my eyes. After that, he just ask me to press (using just mild force) that acupuncture point using such objects like toothpick /normal writing pen or anything with a blunt-pointed end for at least 2 hours a day and then consistently for about 2 months. Having done that persistently based on his order, my eyelid-twitching that makes my eyes blinking all the while just totally recover in time and I can drive, work with the pc screens, watch tv, movies and read as well as work like any other normal persons. For your further information, I have also come across quite a couple of people in my real life annoyed by such an eyelid-twitching problem of different causes and degrees of severity, and accordingly, I just recommend the method as mentioned above to them and within weeks, they just experience significant improvements to their conditions after applying this therapy, and after a few months , they just recover totally from this sickness. . And I hope that by contributing this piece of article to you, it will somehow help you to in at least getting a clue about this sickness. Lastly, I sincerely wish that the ones troubled by such an annoying eyelid-twitching sickness can recover finally from their illness. Thank you.
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    • January 9, 2008
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  • I have just received some feedback emails from some people saying thank you to me for the positive healing effects brought to them by the acupuncture method that I recommend in this website earlier on.
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    • January 31, 2008
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  • For further Information about the acupuncture point mentioned above, please refer to the following sources : Note: The following is only meant as reference materials for the intended readers and advices should be sought from the related medical experts for further authentication of the contents below. Illustration of The Acupuncture Point : http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/2652/attachmentfilesn4.gif Medical Details Of The Acupuncture Point : Acupuncture Point : LI4 • He Gu • Large Intestine 4 Note : The "1.5CM measure" as illustrated above is applicable to the average grown adults only whilst the acupuncture technique mentioned in the prior article above may not necessary be effective in the case of genetical eyelid-twitching sickness which is acquired directly upon birth rather than developed through other subsequent post-birth causes. For your further information, I get such chronic non-stop eyelid-twitching sickness, which is actually diagnosed as a symptom ofTardive Dyskinesia (on the part of my eyes) through both overdosage & allergy to such medication as Risperdal, of which I have subsequently replaced it with Seroquel. Before I receive acupuncture treatment to fully cure my chronic eyelid-twitching, I actually take Botox injections before to deal with the problem, but the healing effects turn out to be very much dissatisfactory due to the fact that Botox medications would last for only 3-6 months, after which further subsequent injections would be needed to maintain such 'healing effects', which is hardly 100%. The self-administered therapy recommended in the article above was actually provided to me by the related acupuncture physician after the due consideration of the fact that I appeared to be very much uncomfortable with the needle-based therapy of the acupuncture treatment. In this regard, based on the acupuncturist, the blunt-pointed objects such as normal writing pen (which is out-of-ink of course) etc instructed for such self-administred therapy (which is meant to be pressed using just mild force onto the surface of that acupuncture point as illustrated above) is actually intended as a substitute for the acupuncture needle to deal effectively with the particular acupuncture point. Unlike the other method of acupressure which involves the use of fingers to press and massage the acupuncture points, the use of blunt-pointed object in such a case for the treatment of chronic eyelid-twtiching is actually meant to as a 'leverage' to provide an adequately focused and hence a 'reflexology stimulus' that is strong enough to deal more precisely and effectively with that acupuncture point. Whereas, if that acupuncture point is to be treated with fingers, the stimulus effect generated would be very much smaller due to the facts that such pressings and massagings would reasonably not last long enough to provide any reliefs for the chronic eyelid-twitching. Besides, given the larger suface area of the fingers as well as their rounded physical shape (compared to the blunt-pointed objects), a large part of the forces produced from such pressings and massagings would then be reasonably applied onto the related muscles rather than directly onto the intended nerves through the related acupuncture point to deal effectively with such sickness.
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    • February 26, 2008
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  • In the case of severe eyelid twitching which lasts for months and even years, it may very likely be one of the symptoms of Tardive Dyskinesia which falls under the EPS (extrapyramidal symptoms) syndrome such as tardive dyskinesia, parkinsonism, dystonia etc Such EPS syndrome (mainly physical movement disorders, including Hemifacial Spasms triggered by bodily chemical imbalances) in turn is caused by disturbances to the dopamine receptors of the nervous system that is induced normally by most of the AAP’s (atypical antipsychotics). http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz/Atoz/common/standard/transform.jsp?requestURI=/healthatoz/Atoz/ency/tardive_dyskinesia.jsp http://www.knowledgeofhealth.com/report.asp?story=Tardive+Dyskinesia+Horror+Stories&catagory=Conventional+Medicine,+Drugs,+Brain My healing experience from such chronic eyelid twitching sickness caused by Tardive Dyskinesia (as reference materials only) : http://webportal.com.my/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=4437
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  • Follow-up :Please refer to the weblink below for a follow-up of the information given above : http://community.kget.com/forums/thread/2561470.aspx
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  • As for as the suggested alternative instrument-aided self-adminstered method of acupuncture method mentioned in my earlier posts as concerned (please refer to the prior posts above), it would actually and finally be effective on the intended persons with such problems whenever a blunt-pointed object such as a normal writing pen that is out-of-ink (that would serve as a leverage to produced a force that is adequately focused enough to generate the necessary 'reflexology stimulus' for the problematic facial nerves, especially the twitching eyelids) is pressed using just mild force onto the surface of the specified "He Gu" acupuncture point. And I can assure you that many people to whom I have recommended this method in my real life have gained tremendous curative benefits from this suggested method that eventually and fully cure that abnormally rapid non-stop eyelid twitching in the end once and for all. In fact, based on the acupuncturist attending to my eyelid twitching sickness, that acupuncture method actually serves to purge the dopamine-disturbing Risperdal toxin that cause all the non-stop eyelid-twitchings out of my nervous system and the nerves around my eyes enabling me to get totally cured in the end. Besides, since I myself is not an acupuncturist, I really wonder if the same acupuncture mechanism that is to be applied onto other related acupuncture points would be applicable and work in the same way just like what I have explained in my articles in regard of my Risperdal-induced abnormally rapid non-stop twitching eyelids for the other parts of the human body such as arms, legs etc that are having the similar movement and neuromuscular disorders due to dopamine-disturbing side effects of certain modern medications too (by purging the dopamine-disturbing toxins out of the related nerves around the other related problematic body parts and the nervous system, please refer to the web reference included in my posts for those other acupuncture points). After all, there is just my personal opinion about the acupuncture mechanism based on my very own personal views and definitely a great deal of professional advices, consultancies, inquiries and confirmations would need to be obtained from the licensed acupuncturists who are in the actual and proper position to give clarifications and other related explanations to such views and suggestions .Next, please try to understand and take note that other acupuncture points may be located on the other parts of the human body that are either extremely vulnerable (such as near the eyes, ears, neck, head etc) or hardly reachable (such as the back, shoulder etc). Next, this suggested therapy is actually a simple-to-practice and definitely free-of-charge one, and that is why I am greatly inspired to share my experience with others over the net so that they will eventually get such eyelid twitching sickness finally cured like me and the others too. Besides, for the ones who are having such a sickness, especially in such countries like India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and certain countries in the middle east for which there are a greater number of people troubled by such eye-related problem whilst such acupuncture treatment and related physicians are hardly available in these areas, I believe that my articles that account for my healing experience and the suggested self-administered acupuncture therapy will be much more invaluable and useful to them especially in terms of strengthening their eye nerves against a variey of eye diseases. In addition, "HE GU" acupuncture point is located on both of the hands of a person. And for my case, my abnormally rapid non-stop eyelid twitching is caused by dopamine-disturbing side effects of Risperdal. I don't know about the cause of your eyelid twitchings, but if one were to apply that acupuncture method on the "HE GU" acupuncture point of both of the hands, the healing effect would definitely at least double. So, why not give it a try (I have tried that before as a matter of fact.) And I can tell you that my eye condition now is even better than the one before I get such Tardive Dyskinesia-induced abnormally rapid eyelid twitching in the sense that my eyelids never twitch abnormally anymore ever since I get fully cured through that suggested alternative acupuncture therapy and my eyes rarely get overstrained even after I get to work lots of overtime for my work commitments that involve lots of paperworks and workings in front of a deskstop.
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  • As for my abnormally rapid non-stop eyelid twitching sickness that I have developed due to the very reason of the Tardive Dyskinesia / Extrapyramidal Symptoms / dopmaine-disturbing side effects of Risperdal . I have some comments for the Botox injection therapy. For your information, I have tried a few Botox injections before from a neurosurgeon in the course of seeking numerous and repeated but futile and disappointing treatments from a variety of related medical specialists to get my sickness cured. Next, I have found out from the neurosurgeon that such toxin-based Botox injections would just serve to sort of 'half-paralyse' the eyelid muscles to reduce such twitchings without being able to do anything curative to the problematic nerves around the non-stop twitching eye muscles that cause such a problem. Besides, each Botox injection would work for just 3-6 months and after that one would very probably need to get another injection one after another indefinitely in regard of such a treatment to continue to get the similar muscle-paralysing healing effect. Nevertheless, in regard of the Botox injections applied onto the facial muscles, one would very likely develop such undesired side effects like paralysed facial muscles, droopy eyelids (in some cases) etc when one gets such Botox injections over the long-term after quite a number of years. Lastly, you can refer to the Follow-up that accounts for my healing experience from my abnormally-rapid eyelid twitching sickness due to the reason mentioned above. Thank you.
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  • A New Version For The Self-administered Acupuncture Cure For Non-stop Persistent Eyelid-twitchingThanks for taking an interest in my posts made in this website. At the same time, I also have received lots of positive feedbacks from my email inbox from other persons (troubled by such annoying non-stop eyelid twitching sickness) giving thanks to me for the curative benefits they experience upon exercising the suggested alternative instrument-aided self-administered acupuncture method.In response to the additional enquiries about the suggested self-administered acupuncture method that these persons have made to me so far through the emails, I thus would like to provide to the intended readers a new version about this acupuncture therapy which contains other extra and more in-depth details as follows : -Well, regarding the 'He Gu' acupuncture point I have mentioned in my prior articles for the suggested cure for non-stop eyelid-twitching, its exact location is at the back of the palm of one's right hand, which is 1.5 cm (applicable to the average grown adults only) measured vertically from the point of intersection (that would appear visibly when the fingers are closed loosely together) between the thumb and the forefinger. (Kindly take note that this point is located at a much 'fleshy' instead of a much 'boney' area - perhaps you would need to briefly explore that part of your right hand at the same time to locate that point, and I hope you will understand that the hand structures of each person differ from one another). When the acupuncture point is identified and marked accordingly, you can then re-open your hand , and then what you all can do is to sit down, and at the same time press that onto the surface of that acupuncture point (using just mild force) with any long blunt-pointed object such as toothpick, a normal writing pen (which is out of ink of course) etc against your chin (suggested for convenience purpose) for a continuous 2 hours (during any time in a day), and it's preferably to do that when you are about to go to sleep at night (so that you have more free time to do it). However , if you are eager to find out the very exact location of that particular acupuncture point to further verify the information given above, I would suggest you to seek consultancy from a licensed acupuncturist. In this regard, based on the acupuncturist, the blunt-pointed objects such as normal writing pen (which is out-of-ink of course) etc instructed to me for such self-administred therapy is actually intended as a substitute for the acupuncture needle to deal effectively with the particular acupuncture point. Unlike the other traditional method of acupressure which involves the use of fingers to press and massage the acupuncture points, the use of blunt-pointed object in such a case for the treatment of chronic eyelid-twtiching is actually meant as a 'leverage' to provide an adequately focused and hence a 'reflexology stimulus' that is strong enough to deal more precisely and effectively with that acupuncture point. Whereas, if that acupuncture point is to be treated with fingers, the stimulus effect generated would be very much smaller due to the fact that such pressings and massagings would reasonably not last long enough to provide any reliefs for the chronic eyelid-twitching. Besides, given the larger suface area of the fingers as well as their rounded physical shape (compared to the blunt-pointed objects), a large part of the forces produced from such pressings and massagings would then be reasonably applied onto the related muscles rather than directly onto the intended nerves through the related acupuncture point to deal effectively with such sickness. Please be reminded that a good sleep at night throughout the therapy period is essential for the healing to be effectively done. And a person shouldn't associate oneself again with the underlying causes such as over-straining of the eyes, excessive cafeine intake, allergy/overdosage of certain medication (with muscle spasms side effects) that causes this non-stop eyelid-twitching to the particular person in the first place to avoid a relapse of that sickness, especially after getting cured from it. Please take note that one should continually apply that method in the case where it proves to be effective in dealing with the eyelid twitching problem (after trying it for about 3 days' time). For your reference, I get my eyelid twitching stopped the next day after the acupuncture treatment. But when I stop the treatment for the next few days, the twitchings just come back again. Based on the acupuncturist, the explanation for the relapse is such that if one were to apply just one-off / short-term treatment, it would then only serve to disperse the dopamine-disturbing toxin / other 'contaminating agents' around one's eye nerves enabling the twitching to stop just temporarily (without totally purging such toxins / 'contaminating agents' out of the human body). So, it works just like doing a physiotherapy whereby one should complete the whole course of treatment (in this case, applying that self-administered technique persistently for weeks/ a few months) to get the eyelid-twitching sickness totally cured effectively once and for all in the end. Next, the suggested duration of two-hour period/day (continuous non-stop healing process) for that self-administered treatment is just what I have recommended so far to other persons having the similar symptoms based on my very own healing experience from this eyelid-twitching sickness and the others who suffer from it (who eventually get it totally cured). All in all, it would acutally depend on one's healing progress for the eyelid twitching sickness upon applying that suggested self-administered acupuncture method. Related References :Diagram of The 'He Gu' Acupuncture Point :http://curezone.com/upload/Art/Anima...hment_File.gifMedical References For The 'He Gu' Acupuncture Point :Acupuncture Point : LI4 • He Gu • Large Intestine 4
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  • MRI & CT Scan Examinations For Chronic Eyelid-twitching / Eye-blinking - Comments Please take note that when there are no signs / occurences of brain / central nervous systems / neurons / brain cells damages at all, such movement disorders caused purely by bodily chemical imbalaces due to disturbances by the neurological side effects of certain medications to the impulse-relaying chemical agents - neurotransmitters -such as acetylcholine, dopamine - the one essential for the control of human body motions, including the eyelids movements, serotonin etc which are produced by the neurons / nerve cells, such medical condition / disorder simply could not be revealed / observable / diagnosed through such medical scanning examinations of MRI & CT scanning alone. For further details, please refer to the following : Primary Vs Secondary Blepharospasm (an excerpt from my reply to other party) : http://www.blepharospasm.org/forums/beb/posts/63263.html A New Version of The Suggested Acupuncture Cure For Chronic Eyelid Twitching / Eye Blinking : http://www.webportal.com.my/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=4437&PN=2 The Additional Details of My Healing Experience From This Sickness : http://goldbamboo.com/forum/western-medicine/444-medication-induced-non-stop-eyelid-twitching-my-personal-healing-experience-3.html
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    • September 3, 2008
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  • Well, in terms of medical explanations, under usual and non-congenital circumstances, the annoying eye twitch would normally be caused by the not so serious factors as follows : - # Stress# Tiredness# Eyestrain# Caffeine# Alcohol# Dry eyes# Nutritional imbalances# Allergies Next, under such situations, such annoying symptoms would usually come and go within a very short period of time and certainly the conditions would get better and better from time to time especially when certain related treatments are sought and administered to deal with the symptom. However, under rare circumstances when the eye twitch symptom just get progressively and chronically and seriously unmitigated from bad to worse as well as seem to last permanently even when all sorts of related treatments are adminstered upon such illness to deal with it, such non-stop eye twitching symptom may then simply just manifest as one of the serious neuromuscular / neurological symptoms of : # Tardive Dyskinesia (rapid involuntary uncontrollable eye blinking / eye twitching), which in most cases are caused by the neuromuscular / neurological side effects of certain powerful mind-altering medications and other neurological complications. Whilst the underlying mechanism of such a disease is such that the normal functionings of the neurotransmitters chemical dopamine which co-ordinates the miscellaneous human body movements in this case are disturbed, antagonized and disrupted in this case resulting in one's loss of control of human body movements, and in this case, one's eye / eyelids organ. Related Information : http://www.bettervisionforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=79 http://www.bettervisionforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2 http://silkwise.com/content/viewthread_thread,4243 http://www.curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1428920#i http://www.curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1428915#i
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  • Acclaimed Efficacies of The Suggested Self-administered, Needle-free, Free-of-charge Acupuncture Method and Appealed Humanitarian Causes For The Numerous Poor And Needy Others Included below is a conversation excerpted from the other forum between me and the other person about expressing my deepest gratitude and thankfulness for putting in the trusts and confidences in my suggested self-administered, totally free-of-charge, painless, harmless and needle-free acupuncture method which is meant especially for the effective and full treatments of post-birth non-brain / neuron-damage & Tardive Dyskinesia / medication-induced rapid, purposeless, involuntary and uncontrollable eyelid twitching / eye blinking. In addition to the acclaimed and obvious therapeutical and curative efficacies indirectly implied and asserted by this particular person about the suggested self-administered, needle-free, free-of-charge, painless and harmless acupuncture method, this conversation is also about expressing my heartfelt thankfulness as a part-time social worker to this person for voluntarily taking the initiaves to serve, pursue and further the noble humanitarian causes of helping the poor and needy others by recommending such a totally needle-free, self-adminstered, painless, harmless and free-of-charge acupuncture method to them to get their similar visually-incapacitating disorders substantially and evidently mitigated and fully cured in the end. Hence, I sincerely and earnestly wish that the numerous kind and benevolent others will hopefully take and follow suit such humanely charitable and meritorious deeds as good and humanitarian example so that more and more poor and needy people all around the world would be tremendously benefited from all the related kind, noble and humanitarian deeds on your part from time to time into both immediate and distant futures. Thank you. Original post made by this person as mentioned above :"I think Actually these persons distributed nearly the identical sore know-how as me from such debilitating sickness and for your data, there were numerous of them who were not so well-to-do, and therefore they could not pay for such costly health accounts of glimpsing the health experts or to get Botox injections / surgical remedy to deal with their non-stop eyelid-twitching problems. Therefore, when I suggested such an acupuncture method to them, I did it out of benevolent humanity, understanding and compassion, and express gratitude God that it worked on each and every individual of them." My Replies : "Thanks for putting in your trusts and confidences in my suggested self-administered, totally free-of-charge, painless, harmless and needle-free acupuncture method which is meant especially for the effective and full treatments of post-birth non-brain / neuron-damage & Tardive Dyskinesia / medication-induced rapid, purposeless, involuntary and uncontrollable eyelid twitching / eye blinking. In addition, thank you very much for serving, pursuing and furthering such a humanitarian cause to help especially the poor and needy people for their health cares and well-beings. And as all the kind and meritorious deeds would definitely be rewarded by Heaven eventually based on the universal law of Karma, I firmly believe that you and the numerous benevolent others will be divinely blessed by God for all your nobly kind and benevolent deeds.All in all, I would like to thank you all on behalf of all the poor and needy people for extending your unconditional kindnesses to them. Actually, when I first sought the related acupuncture treatment from the licensed acupuncturist, I just found out and realised that my skin actually turned out to be extra sensitive to such needle-piercing therapy in that my right hand and then my entire arm and body just shook violently within a minute when the needle was pierced and remained into that "He Gu" acupuncture point (the one located on my right-hand).Luckily, the related licensed acupuncturist was kind and benevolent enough to sympathize the tremendously agonising pains, ordeals and sufferings that I had gone through, so as to be magnanimous and generous enough to impart to me the particular self-administered acupuncture which was painless, needle-free, and hence free-of charge too, such as the one that I have mentioned in my prior posts before. Subsequently, I just hope that by making that self-adminstered, needle-free, and hence free-of-charge acupuncture method, widely known to many others, anyone suffering from the same problem, especially the poor and needy ones will benefit from such a self-administered, free-of-charge, needle-free and painless acupuncture method to get their such muscular and visually incapacitating illness totally cured in the end. Besides, given the very fact that such a self-administered, needle-free, painless, and hence free-of-charge acupuncture method could apply effectively to that particular "He Gu" acupuncture point to produce the obviously desired therapeutical and curative effects, based empirically on the ongoing prompt feedbacks so far given to me by the numerous others applying the particular suggested acupuncture method, and hence, hypothetically, I strongly believe that such a self-administered, needle-free, painless and free-of-charge acupuncture method would potentially and fairly apply to other acupuncture points too for the very purpose of curing and dealing with the other neurological and neuromuscular illnesses, especially the ones that share the same similarity to the Tardive Dyskinesia / medication-induced rapid, involuntary, uncontrollable, non-stop eyelid twitching / eye-blinking, which involves artificial disruptions, disturbances and interferences by the related medications to the synaptic activities of the neurotransmitter chemicals, neurons, neuron networks, miscellaneous bodily nervous systems etc. All in all, I just hope that selfless and generous efforts will be put in one day by the benevolent and philanthropic others to study, explore and experiment on the therapeutical and curative potentials and efficacies, hopefully will be proven then by sufficient and ample empirical evidences, of the other bodily acupuncture points, so that the very similar self-administered, needle-free, painless, and hence free-of-charge acupuncture methods involving the different other bodily acupuncture points will be developed and invented one day in the immediate and distant future to cure and deal with especially the other neurological and neuromuscular illnesses (the ones involving other parts of human body), particularly the ones which remain "unexplained", "unexplainable", "incurable", "cannot be conclusively cured" etc by the mainstream modern day medical science. Lastly, if such a goal as explained above can be achieved one day, I firmly believe that the numerous others, especially the poor and needly ones suffering from these particular difficult diseases which are "unexplained", "unexplainable", "incurable", "cannot be conclusively cured" etc by the mainstream modern day medical science, would certainly and definitely benefit considerably and ineffably from all these prospectively developed free-of-charge, self-administered and harmless acupuncture methods." For the original version of this conversation, please refer to the very last post entitled "Thank you very much for being kind and benevolent for the poor and needy ones " from the other forum as included through the weblink below :http://www.drugs.com/forum/alternative-medicine/muscle-spasms-side-effect-certain-medication-my-personal-experience-46571-2.htmlLastly, I wish that all your kind and benevolent efforts will make this world a very much more better and humanitarian place especially for the other numerous poor and needy people from time to time. Thank you.
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  • Another Online Positive Feedback / Comment About My Suggested Self-administered, Totally Free-of-charge, Painless, Harmless & Needle-free Acupuncture Method / Technique And The Full Details of Such A Self-administered, Needle-free, Free-of-charge, Painless, Harmless Acupuncture / Acupuressure Method / Technique I have received another positive feedback / comment for that suggested self-administered, totally free-of-charge, painless, harmless and needle-free acupuncture / acupressure method / technique that goes as follows :“I’ve been twitching for five days and just tried the acupressure technique on myself, and it stopped! thank you!” - anon101160 (16)http://www.wisegeek.com/how-can-i-make-my-eye-stop-twitching.htmFull Details About The Self-administered Needle-Free, Free-of-charge, Painless & Harmless Acupuncture / Acupressure Cure For Non-stop Persistent Eyelid-twitching / Eye-blinking :http://www.curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1233341
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    • August 31, 2010
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