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My left eyelid is very jumpy and twitching?

My left eyelid is very jumpy and twitching? Topic: Case studies for massage therapy
July 17, 2019 / By Bryanne
Question: It's been about 3 or 4 days now, it was very jumpy the first 2day like the eyelids keep becoming jumpy, then this past 2 day its not as bad but I still feel the left eye very jumpy sometimes, is this bad? what should I do? I heard its because its because you are stressed, I have been studying a lot for college exams now and I get like 6to 8 hours sleep everyday right now.
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Alleen Alleen | 6 days ago
Lid twitching is usually stress related, and in this case the stress is probably the result of concern for the result of your exams. Try to stay relaxed. Use warm compresses and massage the area that's twitching with your finger tips. Take vitamin B1 for long term therapy.
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Alleen Originally Answered: Why are there so many more left to right than right to left languages?
Most people in the world are right-handed! Writing from left to right may better suit right-handed people as they will not drag their hands in the wet ink of what they just written. More likely handedness has nothing to do with the choice of writing direction. Several ancient languages could be written in more than one direction, and in some cases the direction was reversed every other line. Eventually most languages settled for one system, some left-to-right like Greek, others right-to-left like Hebrew and Arabic. As most languages today use either the Greek alphabet or an alphabet derived from the Greek alphabet (notably the Latin and Cyrillic alphabets) the Greek writing direction is dominating today. Languages like Chinese and Japanese are today usually written left-to-right as an adaptation to the dominating standard.
Alleen Originally Answered: Why are there so many more left to right than right to left languages?
Because people are mostly right handed. What does that have to do with it? Try writing a sentence with your left hand. The bottom of your left hand that's touching the paper will smear the lead/ink as you write from left to right. Also your hand would be covering what you just wrote. On the other hand, if you use your right hand, your hand wont smear the letters and won't cover what you wrote.

Utai Utai
I have had the same problem, due to lack of sleep. Hopefully after your exams you can catch up on much needed rest and it will go back to normal on its own. The one time I needed medical intervention was when the twitch was below my eye on my cheek. It lasted for more than a week and I finally had a small amount of Botox put into it by a dematologist. It is a miracle drug for people with wrinkles as it immobilzes the muscles so the face can't wrinkle...in my case it froze the muscle so it would stop twitching. Hang in there! Good luck with finals!
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Roderick Roderick
You can't be too stressed if you are napping for 6-8 hours a day. How many hours do you sleep per night? Sometimes these minor twitches are due to too much sleep, which is prob. true in your case. If that's not it, than it's herpes...
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Roderick Originally Answered: Are there anyone left who still use cursive?
lots of kids my age use cursive because they forgot how to wrie print. so no you arent out of style. im in 8th grade

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