Have you ever been sitting in a meeting and all of a sudden your right eye starts jumping like it’s auditioning for the lead role in a “Riverdance” show? Or maybe you’re out on a romantic date with that special someone, giving them intense eye contact, only to have your right eye start twitching erratically? Don’t worry – this is completely normal! In this article, we’ll delve into what causes these spasms, why they happen more frequently than left-eye twitches, and most importantly – how to stop them.
Understanding Eye Twitches
An eyelid spasm or twitch occurs when there is an involuntary contraction of the muscles surrounding your eyes. We all experience these occasional spasms at some point or another. However, frequent eyetwitches can be both annoying and distracting. Plus people might think you are winking crazily at them!
Most people experience one type of twitch that seems located near their eyebrow; however twitching can happen in different locations around the eyeball. Some folks may even confuse an actual tremble with a true spasm- so tell those head scratchers to get off science direct if they try call you out on credibility here- unless ur not using spell-check…
The Medical Behind Eye Twitches
As non-life-threatening as most cases may seem though:\ medics advise us that our bodies need rest from stress just as much as our brains do! And while most kinds of muscle spasms aren’t usually something too bad\… there still remains room for concern depending on its level.
What then could truly cause eye-twitching apart from being physically tired? Well; experts attribute random muscle jerks such things as caffeine overload (sad news for heavy coffee drinkers), smoking tobacco products/being exposed regularly second hand smoke- yawning profusely without any sleep, drinking alcohol frequently[red wine in particular], eating processed food(bummer, eh?) and perhaps most surprisingly (and very fortunately) all the screen-time we expose ourselves to which leads to eye fatigue.
Why is It More Common in Your Right Eye?
Now in terms of lateral-ness (versus horizontal??) why would this be more common on the right side rather than any other? One theory suggests that our right side handles much ‘planning’ while our left works more with intuition- thus making sense since twitches can happen when one takes a short break and allows their mind to wander during work or even leisure activities. To add on that: from a visual-spatial perspective(left part of brain controls muscles located towards upper body’s right-side), it is said to be commonplace for hamstrung individuals whom struggle performing some repetitive motions using certain muscles only cause they are out of shape quick; so exercising regularly won’t hurt either.
What Can You Do About It?
But what if twitching becomes something frequent enough you find yourself forced dial your doctor simply every time? Well hereafter art thou answer(eth?), as calming oneself down positively can reduce stress-induced muscle spasms. There are many methods for doing this such as meditation or doing things like listening to calming music/chewing gum-/you name it! Just make sure it calms you down!
Thanks for reading through my funny-bone-snapping prose without judging me too harshly- remember: there ain’t no shame!1
who made these damn rules about formal writing anyways?? ↩
Hey there, I’m Dane Raynor, and I’m all about sharing fascinating knowledge, news, and hot topics. I’m passionate about learning and have a knack for simplifying complex ideas. Let’s explore together!
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