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Is eye twitching a sign of good luck?

My eyes twitch today. What causes it? Is it a sign of good luck? Or what?
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  • Brittany


    Generally speaking, eye twitching is a series of rapid, uncontrolled contractions or spasms of one or both eyelids. The twitches often occur in irregular rhythms. There are several reasons that cause eye twitching. That is, fatigue, stress, anxiety, and excessive caffeine intake. So I don't think it is a sign of good luck. On the contrary, you'd better visit a doctor as soon as possible if your eyes are twitching all the time.
  • walkingnreverse


    There is an old saying goes that left eye twitching is a sign of good luck while right eye twitching a sign of disaster. However, this saying is not in accordance with science. Eye twitching, as a matter of fact, is an indication of the health condition of human body and a forewarning of certain disease of human body. For most people, the common causes of eye twitching are overuse of eyes or eye fatigue, or excessive psychentonia, such as spending too long time on computer or reading or working in the blaze or in the dim light for a long time. Under such circumstances, you can recover by relaxing and taking an appropriate rest. In addition, incorrect eye refraction, myopia, long sight, astigmatism, foreign matter in the eyes, trichiasis, conjunctivitis, keratitis can also give rise to eye twitching, under such circumstances, you need to see an ophthalmological doctor.
  • Allison


    No, eye twitching is not a sign of good luck. Though it is believed that there are associations between the eye twitching and the coming of bad or good luck, they are not. It is just a reflection in your wink and an involuntary movement that occurs every few seconds for a minute or two. It can be caused by fatigue, stress, lack of sleep and caffeine. When you have eye twitching, it may be a sigh of inflammation of the eyelids, dry eyes, light sensitivity, light sensitivity, pink eye and a brain or never disorder. So if you have a serious eye twitching, you should go to see a doctor.
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