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Can menopause cause eye twitching ?

Is it possible to cause some eye problems such as eye twitching from menopause? Any idea?
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  • Faith cook


    As a matter of fact, menopause is a process rather than a result, and it won't happen overnight. During Menopause, women have a high risk of getting some diseases. Menopause actually has many symptoms such as breast cancer, depression, stress and anxiety, high blood pressure and so on. In general, eye twitch in most cases are caused by depression, stress, anxiety,and lack of sleep. Therefore, to some extent, there is connection between menopause and eye problems. However, you do not need to worry about it. If you can keep a good mood and take a healthy diet, then you can go through it. By the way, you can take some exercise and it is really beneficial to your health and mood. Hope helpful for your consideration
  • Jacqueline hall


    Yes, it is possible for you to get some eye problems such as eye twitching from menopause. During the menopause, the inner body hormone will work in disorder. The eyes may easily get infection and dry. What is worse, the eyes twitching could be caused by the eyes infection. At that time, you should better use the eye drops with anti-inflammation to make your eyes feel comfortable.
  • Makayla raphael


    Menopause won't cause eye twitching. Menopausal women do have greater chance of getting eye problems, especially dry eyes syndrome. But menopause doesn't trigger eye twitching. As people grow older, they generate fewer tears. Also, menopausal women are in their 40s or 50s, they are likely to have age-related vision problem like macular degeneration, glaucoma, and cataracts.