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Facts About Eyebrow Twitching

Have you or anyone you know ever experienced eyebrow twitching? There are millions of diseases we haven't heard of, known of or may never know of. But just as eyebrow twitching is a problem for some, it is not uncommon. In fact, it happens to each of us about 20 times a year. I'm sure you have felt it at least one time in your life; perhaps you never actually knew it had a name.

So, what is eyebrow twitching? That answer is pretty simple. It's just like the muscle spasms you have in your leg, or arm, where it actually feels like there is a frog in your leg hopping. But muscle twitches are just small involuntary muscle spasms. Eye twitching can actually last for several months.

For those who suffer non-stop eyebrow twitching that includes the involuntary and uncontrollable twitches within the eyebrow, you are going to want to find a solution. Typically, the movement of one’s muscle is controlled by the nerves that surround the eyebrow that receives a signal from the brain which dictates the movement of the spasm.

You will normally feel the cramping pain of the muscle as it happens. A muscle spasm is an involuntary, sudden contraction of a muscle or muscle group and gives your skin the sensation of the muscle jumping. There are a variety of causes of a muscle spasm:

 

However, the causes of eyebrow twitching is somewhat extensive, but here is a short list:

 

Eyebrow twitching can start at anytime and for any reason. There is really no cure for eyebrow twitching, unless you have something medically inclined as indicated above that will require surgery or other types of treatment. If not, it will just be one of those “wait it out” scenario. Nonetheless, there are a few things you can try before you give up hope.

Here are a few home remedies for eyebrow twitching:

The second choice is a Botox injection:

 

The third is a surgery;

 

Speak with a medical professional before making the decision to use Botox or to have surgery as both of these types of treatments can have adverse affects.


 

 


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