What Causes Twitchy Eyes?

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Most of the time, twitchy eyes are caused by eye problems like too little sleep, stress, or eye strain. In some cases, drinking too much alcohol or caffeine can cause the eyes to twitch. You might consider getting to sleep earlier and to give up drinking coffee to see if that corrects the problem. Give yourself a few weeks to see if the problem corrects itself. If you think you have a more severe problem with eye twitching, the eye centre can help. Severe symptoms can include drooping eyelids, red eye, and discharge from the eye. Take notice if you find yourself twitching in other parts of your face and body. You might have the symptoms of a severe illness that includes glaucoma, Tourette syndrome, multiple sclerosis and some lesser known illnesses. You also might find that the eye twitching is a side effect of certain medications. The eye clinic in Singapore has sophisticated treatment for your eye problems. The trained professionals will screen your eyes and tell you what needs to be done to cure the eye twitching.

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The Singapore National Eye Centre has recently opened a brand new clinic in Balestier. It’s located on Balestier Road, just across from Shaw Plaza. In addition to having eye services for adults, the centre also treats children with eye problems. If you find you suffer from eye strain from working at the computer, the doctor might prescribe special computer glasses. If you suffer from dry eyes, the doctor will be able to prescribe eye drops that you can use regularly. Sometimes eye twitching can be caused by allergies. The doctor can prescribe antihistamines that might work to alleviate the allergy symptoms that include eye twitching.

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The Eye Clinic in Singapore has a highly educated and understanding staff that includes Dr. Cheryl Lee, now in her middle 40s, has had over 10 years of experience in such countries as United Kingdom, France and the United States. Voted the best eye surgeon in Singapore, she holds many awards including, the Gold Medal and Book Prize in Ophthalmology from the National University of Singapore and the Marie Comer Anglian Prize in Ophthalmology from the University of Cambridge. Dr. Lee is a member of Straits Times Hall of Fame. Whether your twitching is a serious problem or one that can be corrected by diet or rest, you will find your answer at this eye clinic.