Each of us at least once came across a nervous tic of the eye. In medicine, this term refers to jerky stereotypical muscle contractions in the periorbital region (“twitching eye”).
This is a common form of hyperkinesis - manifestations of the pathology of the nervous system among modern people who are constantly in a state of stress.
Often episodes of ticks are single and pass on their own.
If a nervous eye tic (blepharospasm) turns into a daily obsessive problem that worsens the quality of life, only a qualified neurologist can find out the reasons and prescribe the appropriate treatment.
Ticks are subject to all age groups, but in children it is recorded 10 times more often than in adults. According to statistics of hyperkinesis among children, the ratio of boys and girls suffering from this condition approaches 5: 1.
The peak of manifestations of ticks occurs in preschool and adolescence, which is associated with the process of intensive formation of the psyche of the child and dependence on the opinions of peers. At this time, any traumatic factor can negatively affect the state of the nervous system.
Causes of occurrence
Among the many options for motor anomalies - shrugs, blinks, coughs, gnashing of teeth and even grunts - eye tics are more common than others.
This is due to the anatomical and physiological characteristics of the neuromuscular apparatus of the orbital region:
- muscle weakness of the periorbital zone,
- rich innervation of the oculomotor and facial muscles,
- heavy load on the transmission of emotions placed on the facial muscles.
The basis of the pathogenesis of tics is the mismatch of the elements of the extrapyramidal system in the brain. The resulting dissonance in the regulation of muscle relaxation and tension is clinically manifested by uncontrolled motor reactions.
All the causes of the appearance of a nervous tick are reduced to functional or organic disorders of the nervous system. Moreover, the eyeball itself remains completely healthy. In the first case, blepharospasm is a manifestation of dysregulation in the central nervous system, in the absence of a morphological basis.
This group includes a variety of pathologies of the emotional sphere - the most common cause of involuntary blepharospasm.
This can be any traumatic situation - a state of fright or anxiety, increased mental stress, sleep disturbances or overstrain.
In the second case, the appearance of twitching of the eyes can be the first bell of the organic pathology of the nervous system and brain.
To eliminate it, an early establishment of the etiology of the disease and correctly prescribed treatment are required.
Ocular tic has an organic nature in case of intracranial neoplasms, multiple sclerosis, skull injuries, acute and chronic cerebral circulatory disorders. Eye tics can be a long-term consequence of a previous neuroinfection (meningitis, meningoencephalitis).
In addition, the primary causes of blafarospasm may be:
- hereditary diseases (Tourette’s syndrome),
- disturbances in the electrolyte balance in the body (mainly a lack of calcium and magnesium),
- uncontrolled intake of certain medications (psychotropic drugs, antipsychotics),
- massive helminthic invasion (in pediatric practice),
- banal overwork of the eye muscles or severe fatigue (when working at a computer, embroidery, jewelry).
According to the founder of psychoanalysis, Z. Freud, tick muscle twitches can be considered an unconscious manifestation of unresolved internal conflicts. At the same time, motor impulses, suppressed by consciousness, find an external discharge in stereotypical symbolic movements.
Teak, according to the scientist, acts as a kind of defensive reaction in response to those or intolerable circumstances.
The main clinical sign of ocular tic is involuntary monotonous contractions of the external oculomotor muscle.
The degree of blepharospasm varies from a mild, barely noticeable to those present, twitching of the eyelids, to convulsive winks or squinting eyes.
Muscle contraction is always unexpected for the patient, it is impossible to control, to consciously suppress or reduce the amplitude of movements.
As a rule, blafarospasm occurs against the background of an episode of psychoemotional stress or immediately after it. In children, the appearance of an attack often provokes close attention from surrounding people. After a person calms down or falls asleep, hyperkinesis itself stops.
Despite the fact that a nervous tic does not bring pain, it is a morally unpleasant moment for most people, reducing their own self-esteem. The degree of significance for a patient of his “defect” is the greater, the more he “obsesses” about sensations during involuntary contractions of the facial muscles and tends to suppress them at all costs by willpower.
For some patients, eye twitches turn into a powerful neurotizing factor. People become isolated in themselves, afraid to attract attention with their visual defect, avoid public places and feel uncomfortable in transport or in a store, when communicating with strangers. As a result, a vicious circle occurs when the manifestations of tic increase neurotization, and that, in turn, exacerbates the manifestations of hyperkinesis.
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As a rule, examination for nervous ticks of the eyes does not present great difficulties for a neurologist.
In most cases, a standard examination and detailed complaints and medical history are sufficient for making diagnoses.
In some cases, a recorded video during an episode of a nervous tick helps confirm the diagnosis.
The complex of additional examination includes:
- lab tests,
- according to indications - CT or MRI.
To clarify the nature of secondary tics, a consultation of other specialists is appointed (oncologist, ophthalmologist, psychiatrist).
Most people with an eye tic problem tend to get rid of it as soon as possible.
Given the polymorphic nature of its occurrence, therapy is complex and lasts a long time.
Only under such conditions can a stable regression of the disease and relief of the manifestations of the tick be achieved.
The mildest cases of emotional tics in children do not require special treatment. The disappearance of pathological twitching of the eyes is achieved by normalizing the psychoemotional atmosphere in the environment of the child. If this proves to be ineffective, resort to the help of psychotherapeutic gaming sessions.
By working with parents in problematic situations, the child learns to cope with stress. With the onset of puberty, psychogenic eye tics in most children pass on their own.
Simple, but effective recommendations will help an adult cope with a “twitching” eye on their own:
- ensuring sufficient duration of sleep and rest,
- time limit for watching TV and computer games,
- decrease in the volume of daily incoming information (media, social networks),
- filtering and the ability to "filter out" excess information, assimilating only the necessary,
- quitting smoking and caffeine-containing products,
- ability to avoid conflict situations,
- alternation of mental stress with compulsory sports (swimming, yoga),
- regular walks in the fresh air.
If these measures do not lead to the subsidence of symptoms, specialized medical care is needed with the appointment of:
- drugs (sedatives, tranquilizers, adaptogens),
- physiotherapy (massage, electrotherapy, water procedures),
- psychotherapy sessions.
In most cases, the help of a psychologist is by the way. In secondary tics, treatment should be directed to the underlying pathology.
Medicinal herbs give a good therapeutic effect with neurogenic eye tics and are safe to use. More often than not, they resort to valerian and motherwort preparations. A lasting effect should be expected no earlier than 2-3 weeks after the start of herbal medicine.
The total duration of treatment is from 6 to 8 months.
- An infusion of valerian roots is prepared at the rate of 1 tablespoon for two cups of boiling water and taken orally by a quarter cup every 6-8 hours.
- To prepare the infusion of motherwort, 2 tbsp of raw materials pour 300 g of boiling water. The real remedy is drunk in half a glass every 8-12 hours.
- Compresses on the eyes of tea, chamomile and bay leaf have a local calming effect.
A good alternative to traditional methods of treating teak will be meditative practices and auto-training sessions. New hobbies and interesting hobbies will greatly contribute to the harmonization of processes in the nervous system and the elimination of obsessive movements.
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Probably, every person at least once in his life observed a slight twitching of the lower or upper eyelid, which took place after a few seconds. Most likely, this phenomenon is not given much attention. But what if the eye twitches at regular intervals? The symptom itself is not dangerous, but it may indicate developing problems with the nervous system. To avoid frequent twitching, you need to monitor the quality and duration of sleep, regularly take small breaks in work, so that the body has time to get rid of stress.
The reasons for the unpleasant phenomenon may be several:
- Overfatigue of the visual system. Long work at the computer, reading in dim light or in moving vehicles, regular lack of sleep - all these factors cause eye fatigue. Overstrain of the muscles of the visual system causes cramping - twitching of the eyelid.
- Nervous tension. Depression and stress adversely affect human health. Long-term emotional stress leads to psychological disorders that cause a nervous tic of the eye, which can only be eliminated by eliminating the original cause.
- Nervous collapse. After a long tension of the nervous system, a nervous breakdown occurs. But only in the first case, you can cope with the situation yourself, taking control of your thoughts and actions. With a neurosis, it is difficult to do without medication and taking a sedative. To stop spasms of the eye muscles, you need to give the body and consciousness to relax.
- Conjunctivitis. With inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eye, irritation of the nerve endings of the visual system occurs. Eyes experience constant tension due to declining visual quality. In this case, getting rid of eye twitching without proper treatment by an ophthalmologist is almost impossible.
- Eye diseases. The diseases of the visual system are not always manifested by itching, burning, inflammation. Sometimes blurry images, even only in the evenings, can talk about problems with the organs of vision, which cause twitching of the eyelids.
- Weak immunity. Lowered immune status, recent infectious disease, colds, viruses - all this can become the reason why a person's eyes twitch.
- Impaired blood microcirculation in the brain. High pressure can also be attributed to this, as a result of which a person may experience cramping and twitching of the eye. For an accurate diagnosis, an MRI scan is performed. Mandatory consultation with a neurologist.
- Medications. Many medications can cause a tick in the eye, as a side effect of improper use of the product. Basically, this phenomenon is provoked by psychotropic drugs.
Most folk remedies effectively relieve twitching of the eyelid caused by nerves and psycho-emotional disorders. Some recipes are designed to suppress inflammatory processes in the organs of vision. Adult nervous tic can be treated with home-prepared remedies.
The role of proper nutrition
In addition to folk remedies, a balanced diet plays an important role in the treatment of nervous tic of the eye. Lack of any substances, micro and macro elements can cause unpleasant symptoms that cannot be cured by means of a home arsenal.
Thanks to magnesium, the work of enzymes responsible for the metabolism of carbohydrates in the body improves. The trace element also reduces psycho-emotional arousal, provides muscle tone of the myocardium. Lack of magnesium can cause twitching of the eyelid.
A trace element deficiency can be observed with excessive physical exertion or visiting a sauna, since the substance is actively excreted along with sweat. Shortage is often observed against the background of constant stress. Magnesium is also excreted during urination and along with bile.
Magnesium deficiency increases the risk of developing:
- heart disease
With a lack of trace elements, sleep is disturbed, difficulties with stool appear, the eye begins to twitch. To make up for the deficiency of magnesium, enter in the menu:
- wheat bran
- pumpkin, sunflower, flax and sesame seeds,
- dark chocolate with a high content of cocoa beans,
- cedar nuts.
It will not work to remove a nervous tick if the body lacks calcium. With its deficiency, disorders occur in the central nervous system, muscles, kidneys and thyroid gland, pancreatitis develops, and immunity decreases. Muscle tissue helps to absorb calcium, which can be increased with the help of regular physical education. If there is a lack of an element, the eye can twitch, in order to eliminate the symptom, you need to enter into the diet:
Aluminum is found in the digestive system enzymes. He is involved in the structure of epithelial and connective tissues. With an excess of trace elements:
- metabolic processes of phosphorus and calcium are disrupted,
- the nervous system is overexcited,
- memory is reduced
- cramps occur, as a result of which the eyelid begins to twitch.
Uncontrolled medication, the use of deodorants, dishes and dentures containing aluminum can lead to excess. To normalize the level of trace elements, factors contributing to its accumulation in the body should be avoided.
Before starting treatment, you need to determine why the eyelid twitches. If the reason is obvious, you just need to exclude from life factors that cause an unpleasant symptom. If none are found or after the measures taken the situation has not improved, then you can try to perform several exercises for the eyes.
- You should squint as much as possible. Having felt the tension of the eye muscles, you need to relax them and open your eyelids as wide as possible. Repeat 5-10 times. Exercise helps maintain eye muscle tone and eliminate eye twitching.
- Lightly pressing the middle finger on the facial bone under the eye, you need to perform several circular massage movements, first along the way, and then counterclockwise. Continue for half a minute.
- For 30 seconds, you need to blink as quickly as possible. Repeat 2-3 times a day.
Treatment with folk remedies, reorganization of nutrition and exercises for the eyes will help only if the tick is not caused by any serious pathology. In addition, you should remember about regular rest, which provides up to 90% success in eliminating an unpleasant symptom.
Nervous tic of the eyes is a sudden, often repeated contraction of certain muscle groups of the face. The main causes of the appearance of a nervous tic have not been conclusively established, but it is known for sure that they are associated with a lack of neurological balance. A nervous tic can be manifested in involuntary twitching of the lower or upper eyelid, as well as in the involuntary movement of the eyebrows or blinking. How to deal with the problem?
Causes of the disease
The first manifestations of such a disease can occur in childhood and will accompany a person throughout life. In adults, the appearance of an ailment is ascertained after a psychological blow. After all, a nervous tick is a characteristic reaction to stress. It is defined as a protective reflex of the human body from one or another external allergen. Provoke a nervous tic eye can also:
- Traumatic brain injuries and their consequences.
- Severe damage to the central nervous system as a result of past viral infections, flu and encephalitis.
- Воспалительный очаг на лице, вызванный конъюнктивитом, блефаритом и травмами различного происхождения.
- Недостаточное количество в организме магния и кальция.
- Disturbances in the activity of the autonomic nervous system.
- Stress and severe psychological trauma.
- Reception of antipsychotic and psychostimulant drugs.
- Helminthic infestations.
- Eye fatigue or strain.
- Hereditary factor.
How to overcome ailment
In any case, a person with such a problem needs to see a doctor. You can try and independently cope with the problem in the following ways:
- The fight against nervous tic of the eye should begin with a good rest, taking sedatives and preparations based on magnesium, calcium.
- Frequent walks in the fresh air, taking soothing baths with medicinal plants, gymnastic exercises and hardening will be useful for a patient with this ailment.
- Cold compresses give a good result in the fight against nervous tic. The patient should lie down and relax in a comfortable position, closing his eyes. On the eyelids you need to put a cotton or gauze patch, pre-soaked in cool water. The exposure time of the procedure is ten or fifteen minutes. Warm patches need to be periodically cooled. Compress can be done five or six times a day. The effect of it will be noticeable after seven days.
- Compresses from honey will also help overcome the disease. To this end, dissolve a teaspoon of honey in a glass of boiling water and bring to a boil over low heat. When the brew has cooled, you can moisten cotton pads in it and attach it to the eye. Perform this procedure must be within ten days.
- Geranium leaves are a reliable remedy for nervous tic of the eye. Torn leaves of the plant need to be applied to the eyelid, slightly fixed with a bandage made of natural fabric, and left overnight.
- Soothing tea made from chamomile, mint and lemon balm flowers is an excellent assistant in the fight against the disease. A tablespoon of the mixture from the plants should be poured with a glass of boiled water and allowed to stand for twenty minutes. Take the infusion three times a day, one third of a glass.
- To overcome the nervous tic of the eye, you need to carefully consider the diet. The patient should consume foods that contain enough magnesium. Among them: walnuts and soybeans, bran and watermelons, black currants and forest blueberries. And also it is necessary to eat dairy products and fish containing a lot of calcium. From the daily diet you need to cross out coffee and strong tea, chocolates and carbonated drinks.
- In the afternoon you can drink weak green tea.
- The patient should not spend too much time at the computer, watch television for a long time, especially horror films.
Twitching of the eye muscles is called a nervous tic or blepharospasm. It causes discomfort and discomfort. The causes may be fatigue, dry eyes, but the main source of problems lies in mental experiences and a disorder of the central nervous system. Both adults and children can suffer from a nervous tick. The treatment is complex and depends on the nature of the disease, the causes of its occurrence. How to get rid of eye twitching?
Nervous tick eye: what is it?
It is a mistake to consider a nervous tick of the eyes as a separate disease. Twitching of the eye muscles is the final link in the painful process. A source contributing to the occurrence of ticks is considered nervous tension or excitability, which accumulate for a long time, and due to some factors cannot be expressed externally. The cause of a tick may include:
- Birth injury,
- Cerebrovascular insufficiency,
- Infectious diseases
- Increase in intracranial pressure,
Twitching of the eyelids and eyes often appears against a background of fatigue, prolonged irritation of the mucosa. There are diseases that can cause a nervous tick. This is Bell's palsy, Tourette’s syndrome, Parkinson’s disease.
Nervous tic of the eye is primary and secondary. The primary appearance is manifested in preschool children and lasts a long time. The secondary manifestation is associated with brain activity. Tick is also divided into complex and simple.
How does a nervous tic manifest? The signs are as follows:
- frequent involuntary blinking
- twitching of the eyelids
- raising eyebrows and eye angle.
Prolonged contractions may be accompanied by eye pain, as lactic acid accumulates there, which causes unpleasant sensations.
In the appearance of neurotic tics, psychotraumatic factors play a role, which affect a person suffering from them. Experts agree that the onset of ticks comes from childhood. This is a reaction to a stressful situation or experienced violence.
In adults, a nervous tic against a background of neurosis indicates prolonged mental stress. The twitching of the eye may stop for some time, but with tension, anxiety and fear, he returns again.
Cramps occur involuntarily and are not controlled. Any attempt to cope with twitching leads to an even larger phase of contractions.
An example of a neurotic tick
“I’m registered since seven years after the scandalous divorce of my parents (I was divided as a thing), it was at this time that a strong blinking of my eyes began. From time to time, it was treated with Pavlov's medicine, for a certain period it became better. But there were no long remissions. Twenties added a twitching of the nose and clenching of the jaws. Constantly experiencing nervous tension, fatigue, anxiety. She consulted with a psychologist, did acupuncture, and drink regular medications. ”
Nerve tics: treatment
The modern approach to the treatment of nervous tic involves several areas:
- Drug treatment
- Surgical intervention.
Psychotherapy offers to get rid of the nervous tic of the eye using various approaches. Often used behavioral therapy, psychoanalysis, family psychotherapy. The main goal is to remove the psychological causes that caused involuntary spasms. For example, during behavioral therapy, a psychotherapist helps the patient understand the true cause of a nervous tick. If you understand the onset of problems, then you can get rid of twitching of the eyes and learn how to control seizures.
The psychoanalytic direction states that tics of the eyes appear due to the suppression of desires and internal contradictions. In adults, frequent blinking may appear many years after an emotional shock. To get rid of the tick, you need not to restrain emotions and pronounce your feelings.
Treatment with family psychotherapy is often indicated for children and adolescents, but the involvement of all family members is mandatory. Obsessive movements most often arise due to the difficult emotional situation in the family; the needs of the child, his character and developmental features are not taken into account.
It is effective to treat a nervous tic with the help of psychotherapy if its cause lies in a mental state. The result needs the support of loved ones. To help get rid of the disease, you do not need to remind the person of the problem and fix it on the situation.
In severe cases, surgical treatment is used, this is the so-called deep brain stimulation. But the technique is under development, so treating a nervous tic in this way is extremely unproductive. The method is used only for severe patients.
Get rid of a tick with exercise
There is also a non-standard treatment for nerve tics. This is a special charge for the eyes. To treat her twitching of the eyelids is quite easy and not burdensome. So, treatment with exercise.
First you need to imagine that the eyes are the wings of a butterfly.
- First you need to blink heavily for centuries - our butterfly wakes up. We close our eyes with tension and sharply open them. This must be done before tears appear.
- We wipe our tears and gently massage the eyelid with the middle finger. For this we use circular motions.
- Now the butterfly is taking off. We blink quickly, imagining that eyelashes are wings. Exercise relaxes the muscles, which helps to get rid of tightness. In addition, such a charge moistens the eyeball, this is necessary in order to treat a nervous tick.
- The butterfly is tired. You need to close the eyelids halfway. They will begin to tremble. You need to concentrate and stop the trembling.
Now you can relax. Pleasant treatment is over!
Drug therapy in treatment
The doctor prescribes medications based on the causes of a nervous tick. It is not recommended to treat eye tic with medication alone. The specialist predicts the reaction of the body, evaluates the possible risks and side effects. The right medicine can reduce cramping.
What is commonly used? These are means that affect the brain, which allows you to control twitching. Based on the severity and cause of the twitching symptom, the doctor may prescribe:
Sometimes a doctor may prescribe medications used to treat a disease like Parkinson's disease. This is cyclodol and parkopan.
Cons of drug therapy
Any pills have side effects and a number of contraindications. These are drowsiness, weakening of memory, impaired coordination of attention, and others. According to statistics, only about 30% of patients manage to help with drugs. In addition, side effects do not allow them to be used by most patients.
Today there is a method without serious complications - these are small doses of botulinum toxin, that is, Botox. It is injected around the eyes, and the spasm disappears after three days. But this remedy is quite expensive and lasts only three or six months.
It can appear for various reasons, ranging from stress to serious illnesses, which is why treatment should be prescribed after diagnosis.
As you know, a large number of nerve endings are on the face. Therefore, everyone observed a twitching of the eye muscles. If this happens involuntarily and constantly - this is a symptom of a nervous tic.
Nervous tic eye - causes and treatment
Not enough attention is paid to the problem, since it does not cause pain and in some cases disappears on its own. If tugging of small muscles is repeated quite often, you should seek the help of a specialist. There is a risk of serious illness.
The structure of the muscle system has an anatomical feature - weak muscles are located in the orbit zone. Their involuntary contractions give a signal: an additional examination is required for a violation of the central nervous system. Since treating this pathology alone is not recommended, you should consult a doctor.
Therapy is divided into several subparagraphs: detecting a problem, visiting a doctor, diagnosis, prescribing a number of general sedative procedures, psychotherapy, and medication are used.
Depending on the individual symptoms of each patient, the above methods are combined with each other. The duration of treatment is also determined individually.
Factors of the occurrence of pathology in humans
Nervous tic eye in adults and children may occur due to the following factors:
Statistics estimate that in childhood, a nervous tick due to CNS disorders is an extremely common disease.
Any age, more often at risk are children from 3 to 10 years. At the heart of the disease are neurological abnormalities that occur against a background of stress or severe fright.
It is recommended at home to instill in children a love of reading, passive soothing entertainment. Distract their attention with monotonous work. It is necessary to give preference to interesting programs with a calm plot that will not cause fear in the child.
If the symptoms of a nervous tic begin to manifest in adolescence in the presence of similar deviations in childhood, parents should talk with the child, try to reduce the level of stress in his life and learn how to work on concentration. But do not put much pressure and criticize for not following these rules.
It is necessary to approach the problem as a competent psychologist. Predict the possible consequences of their words and actions, adjust behavior so as not to cause the teenager even more psychological harm.
In such a situation, a visit to a psychologist will benefit. The teenager must be properly prepared for the visit. In no case should the child have the idea that he is considered mentally ill.
It is important to remember that the psyche of children has not yet formed. They react extremely violently to incorrect life situations.
It may not seem like that to adults, but children sometimes experience a lot of stress. Parents must help their children get rid of him. An example is the first visit to a kindergarten.
As a reaction to an unusual environment, an involuntary twitching of the eyelid may appear. Most often, children do not notice this and practically do not complain about the first symptoms.
The younger generation suffers a nervous tic in the same way as adults. Contraction does not cause painful sensations; the child involuntarily blinks with one eye. Most often, parents notice how the child's muscles in the face contract involuntarily.
Treating children is easier than an adult. Recovery is facilitated by the calm atmosphere in the family, the loyal attitude of friends and acquaintances, the willingness of parents to help
Why does the eye twitch?
As a rule, the causes of nervous tic of the eye are commonplace fatigue and overwork, but there are also other factors that can cause this type of malaise, and exactly:
- Improper nutrition. At first glance, it may seem that involuntary eye movements may not depend on how we eat, but in fact, with a lack of magnesium, calcium or glycine in the body, cramps or various kinds of seizures can occur.
- Lack of normal sleep patterns.
- Side effects when taking certain medications.
- Banal eye fatigue. With a lack of sleep, hours of watching TV or constant work with a computer, as well as reading in poorly lit places, the eye may involuntarily be supported.
- A nervous tick of the eye may be the result of poor heredity.
- The most common cause of a nervous tic of the eye is stress, mental or emotional distress. So, for example, a catalyst for the occurrence of this ailment can be called difficulties at work, quarrels and conflicts with close people, strained relations with parents or other unpleasant situations. But this does not mean that the tick will begin at the minute of your frustration, sometimes it can also appear some time after certain events.
- Dry eyes.
- Hypersensitivity to light.
- Eye contact with a foreign body.
- Corneal irritation of the eye.
- Redness of the eyes.
Not always a nervous tic of the eye appears due to the above problems, sometimes recently transferred diseases can be the cause of its manifestation, eg:
- inflammation of the eyelid,
- worms or other parasites,
- Parkinson's disease,
- Bell palsy
- the presence of problems that are associated with the facial nerve.
A nervous tick of the eye can bring great inconvenience to a person’s life.
Although twitching of the eye does not cause almost any physical discomfort (sometimes the muscle can still strain and a little pain in the eye area is felt), but one should not forget about the psychoemotional state of a person.
First of all, you need to treat the very reason why this problem has affected your health. Even if it seems to you that you have no problems with nerves, to be completely sure you still need to turn to specialists for expert help and advice.
First way stopping a nerve tic - this is a treatment for a nerve tic of the eye by charging to eye:
- First of all, you need to close your eyes as much as possible, and then sharply open them. You need to repeat these movements until the eyes begin to stand out. tears.
- Then you need to start massaging the lower part of the eye, and after all the exercises done, it is advisable to blink for about 30 seconds.
- After blinking, close your eyes halfway, hold them in this position until a slight tremor passes, and after that, start blinking your eyes for about a minute.
What else can you do if you suffer from a nervous tick of the eye
There are such methodologies:
- Also, as a way to get rid of nervous tick, you can use various sedatives. It can be a variety of herbal tinctures, vitamins or herbal remedies.
- Probably the most effective way to deal with this problem is of course a healthy sleep and a good rest.
- In order to get rid of a nervous tick, you can do relaxation. To do this, you need to lie in a comfortable position, close your eyes and start making lips with your lips, as if you are making the sound “Y”, while imagining that drops of warm summer rain are flowing down your face. After such procedures, the nervous tic disappears.
- You can also use essential oils. Oils will help relieve tension and irritability, which in turn will help you relax and forget about all the problems and troubles for a while.
In order to overcome this ailment, you need to adhere to a special diet, which consists of the following products:
- hazelnuts, peanuts and other types of nuts,
- milk, cheese and other dairy products,
- тунец, свинина, мясо птицы, кролика,
- хлеб с отрубями,
- курага, изюм,
Нужно исключить из своего рациона чай и кофе.
Что касается лечения нервного тика, то оно может быть как медикаментозным, так и средствами народной медицины.
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How and whether it is possible to cure a nervous tic of the eye with the help of folk recipes and tips.
As for traditional medicine, it is characterized by such types of treatment teak:
- taking a bath with sea salt,
- taking tinctures from various healing and soothing herbs,
- honey lotions
- motherwort intake,
- taking tinctures from peony or chamomile.
You should also follow a number of rules to help you avoid a nervous tick. eyes:
- you must sleep at least 8 hours a day,
- go in for swimming or other active sport,
- walk daily in the fresh air for at least 2 hours,
- Meditate or listen to relaxing music
- in stressful situations, you need to inhale and exhale deeply, trying to calm yourself.
With untimely treatment and contacting a doctor, unpleasant consequences in the form of complications can occur.
This, first of all, is manifested in constant contractions of certain muscle groups. Typically, such complications can be observed for about a year, while the patient will be tormented by various kinds of nervous tics. With this complication, a nerve tick is also called Tourette’s syndrome.
Complications can also be expressed in a violation of adaptation in society. This is especially true for children and adolescents.
This is manifested in the fact that a child with a nervous tic can cause ridicule, constant bullying by peers, which cannot but lead to a loss of self-confidence, lower self-esteem and other adverse consequences for the patient.