Why Is Your Eye Twitching? (Photo: Amanda Dalbjörn / Unsplash)
There are several reasons why your eye is twitching. Fatigue, caffeine and stress are just some of them. Read more about it here.

Are you experiencing involuntary blinking? Is this a frequent occurrence? Frequent eye twitching is usually from a condition called benign essential blepharospasm. As one facial muscle opens the eyelid, another one closes it. While there may be a problem with either or both muscles, there are other eye muscles that can contribute to the constant twitching. If it only happens on occasion, the twitching may be caused by too much caffeine, fatigue, or stress. It can then be considered harmless and usually go away on their own. If it goes on for a longer period of time, like, months or even years, it can be a sign of a more serious condition.

Other symptoms include eye irritation, abnormal rate of blinking, sensitivity to bright light, dry eyes, and facial spasms.

While this is not meant to alarm readers, problems with the brain or the nervous system might be the cause of eye twitching. These can include the following: