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Sara scott


Can hayfever cause eye twitching?

Can hayfever lead to eye twitching? How to stop it?
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  • Matthew


    Well, yes, it is possible to have itchy eyes because of hay fever. Generally speaking, when you have hay fever, it will increase the blood pressure. And you should know that in that way, it will just affect your eyes, leading to high eye pressure. And then, in the end, eye strain will occur. So your eyes will be itchy. In some cases, you will get red, bloodshot eyes too. For your situation, I will suggest you take a cold compresses on your eyes, and repeat it several time. And then it can just disappear. Besides, you can just use some cool teabags under your eyes, which can be beneficial for your eyes. Also, eye drops will be effective. By the way, cool cucumbers are very useful. Anyway, you can have a try.
  • crusanov


    Well, I can see that you are troubled by eye twitching, and as a matter of fact, it could be seen as a sign of health hazard, and generally speaking, a lot of causes could lead to eye twitching,and that makes it more complicated. Hayfever, on a general basis, could not generate eye twitching. And if your eyes start to twitch, you should try to pay attention to it. try to consult a doctor, get medicine to help, also, diet, living habits, as well as good mood could help you with eye twitching. Maybe you need to take an eye exam first.
  • Steve Zarren


    If the person is suffering from a neurological disorder called blepharospasm, then hayfever generally would not be involved. I overcame blepharospasm with the use of a highly nutritious food.
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