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Well, not really twitching. More like it's pumping like a heart. And is still going on this very moment. :laugh:

My uncle says it's because I'm not getting enough sleep.

Anyone know what's wrong with me? :p

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I would say your uncle is right, I get this when I am tired

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Could stress also be a factor?

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[quote name='Lqv2015' post='589048151' date='Dec 9 2007, 16:20']Could stress also be a factor?[/quote]

Losing sleep because of stress?

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Mostly tiresome work, late night studies & 5-6 hrs of sleep a night.

Thank God I don't have a gf.

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I get this a lot. It's def caused by stress and lack of rest. It's annoying, but will pass :yes:

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You are being possessed by Roger Moore ...

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Lack of sleep is a very good contender simply because eye strain is linked to fatigue and usually eye strain causes twitching in eyebrows or the eye muscle itself.

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[quote name='BeLGaRaTh' post='589048172' date='Dec 10 2007, 00:30']You are being possessed by Roger Moore ...[/quote]
:rofl:

Wax your eyebrow.

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It could be stress, lack of sleep, or both. It's happened to me before. On my eyelid, my neck, even my leg. It'll go away soon. Don't worry about it.

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Come to think of it, I get it on my back shoulders & hands some times.

Well, I guess I'll have to live with it for another year. My sleeping habits won't change much.

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[quote name='BeLGaRaTh' post='589048172' date='Dec 10 2007, 00:30']You are being possessed by Roger Moore ...[/quote]

Reply of the day!!! :laugh:

I have that sometimes my parents used to tell me its live blood...better then dead blood I suppose.

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this happens to me a lot, the heart beating feeling.
it sometimes happens on my cheek.
it's gone now, i think i've been getting more sleep lately, but i don't know for sure.

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its happend to me, the freakiest thing ever until i found out it was normal.

i realized it happened to me because i slept with my palm over my eye sleeping downward, which kind of caused pressure?

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Masturbation does wonders. :p

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amputate

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oh man, I just got over this, and it lasted for a month, I looked like an idiot talking to people. the only way to get rid of it, is to stop thinking about it!

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An Indian Belif is that Something Wonderful is gonna Happen to you if your Right Eye Twitches & Something terrible with happen if the Left Eye Twitches

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[quote name='Rahul' post='589048384' date='Dec 9 2007, 18:37']An Indian Belif is that Something Wonderful is gonna Happen to you if your Right Eye Twitches & Something terrible with happen if the Left Eye Twitches[/quote]

:o I guess I'm not gonna get that date then :p

My left eyebrow does this everyonce in a while, (normaly when i'm tired and someone is ticking{I can't say p-issing How unfair} me off :p )

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[quote name='Rahul' post='589048384' date='Dec 9 2007, 18:37']An Indian Belif is that Something Wonderful is gonna Happen to you if your Right Eye Twitches & Something terrible with happen if the Left Eye Twitches[/quote]

Thanks for clearing off my confusion, Rahul. I am always confused between the two sides. My parent's used to tell me all these things but too many beliefs to remember :p

Well, in addition to that, my right eye and eyebrow twitch a lot but nothing good happens to me =/ n ot that i know of.. probably happens unknowingly..but in addition to what everyone else has said - i could agree. Because I have bad sleeping habits and i stress over small things at times so yeah I will go with the majority! :)

Relax is my advice. Get some sleep and I will too.

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It could be a potassium deficiency, eat a bannana and see if that helps. I have gotten this in my muscles, etc. before where they just pulse and tighten and loosen very fast and you cannot control it. Usually the only thing you can really do is just let it go away, usually in under a day or so and it will be gone.

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It could be a potassium deficiency, eat a bannana and see if that helps. I have gotten this in my muscles, etc. before where they just pulse and tighten and loosen very fast and you cannot control it. Usually the only thing you can really do is just let it go away, usually in under a day or so and it will be gone.

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Its normal, just wait for it to go over.. Man when i had that i went crazy

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Is your problem that you want your right eyebrow to stop twitching or you find it cool and wish your left eyebrow would do the same?

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