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The Top 10 Causes of Eyelid Twitches and How To Cure Them [Because Everybody Twitches. REM missed the boat.] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 May 2013 12:51am When I thought this was makeup I thought it was crazy cool but when I found out it was a tattoo all I could think about is how painful and dangerous getting your eyeLIDS tattooed would me. I mean, one wrong slip with the needle and you’re blinded! Or you just got free Lasik! This morning I spent several minutes staring intently at my ... Read on »
10 Causes of Eye Twitching by Kodjoworkout Posted Sat 25 Aug 2012 11:00am Our eyes are among some of the most important parts of our body. However, our eyes are also prone to several kinds of eye diseases, particularly if we do not take necessary measures to take good care of them. While some of these diseases are unnoticeable to others, one anno ... Read on »
Has the twitching disappeared? by Katie-Louise B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 7:17pm Today I went back to Ropewalk, after experience some twitching. As I went in the audiologist room where they get me connected up to the computer, I explained to carina what was hapening and when do I get a twitch. Carina explained that some people do tend to twitch on loud sounds or when they are going through the different sound when changing t ... Read on »
What does twitching look like? Video Clip by jenniferbrunoconde Posted Wed 03 Dec 2008 12:15am Twitching!  What does it look like? Curious about what Amanda's NAS (Non-Auditory Stimulation) or twitching as we call it, looks like...here is a video clip.  It is just under 8 minutes long (7 min. and 58 sec. to be exact.) In it, her dad is videotaping while I am testing her on all three programs with the 6 Ling Sound Test ( ... Read on »
Fast Twitch / Slow Twitch: Which Twitch Are You? by Chris Keith Posted Mon 15 Feb 2010 12:00am You have become hooked on running. You were born to run. But were you born to run fast or far? Sprinters and distance runners are obviously different, but what causes one to be so fast and the other to have so much endurance? The muscle has different types of fibers which determine whether you move quickly. If you have a high percentage ... Read on »
twitch twitch twitch by Tara Robertson Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 29 Apr 2009 11:46pm This week just keeps getting better and better. Let me tell you. This morning I brought the boys to school and (stupidly) thought I would leave their ventolin inhalers with them in case they needed them. My boys have been using their own inhalers for over 2 years so it never occurred to me that this would be a problem. In their last school I j ... Read on »
Eye twitching by Katie-Louise B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 7:17pm As I mention a few days ago that I had twitching in my eye on every loud sound, it hasn't stopped at all, yesterday it continued to do it at the xmas meal. I had do the same again, turn it down then when I left i turn it back to 12 o'clock. Since it hasn't stopped, I have now decided to go back for a new programme and see if the audiologist c ... Read on »
Eye Twitching by Dr. Daniel Kalish Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 3:54pm I have a complex client who has had an eye twitch for a long time. We have tried nutrition, e-stim and nothing seems to work. As well, she is on progesterone cream for her hormones. Well, here are my thoughts: Try Neuromuscular Therapy on the eye. Find someone who can get in there to release the extrinsic muscles of the eye (superior/ ... Read on »
Strange twitching syndromes affe ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:22pm Strange twitching syndromes affecting one teacher and a number of students...a medical mystery to diagnose...BD  Students at William Byrd High School are being tested for unusual symptoms that students describe as involuntary twitching. Roanoke County school officials would not comment on the symptoms or say how many people were affected, ... Read on »
Twitching by Lee Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 08 Jun 2010 8:59pm Today I have been having a lot of twitching in mt left ankle.  Haven't had anything like that in a long time, nothing below the shoulder as far as twitching is concerned.  My left side is also very cramped up and I've tried to stretch it out but that makes my head hurt.  I'm at a loss.  The right side of my face has been numb all day too.  And tr ... Read on »