I have been suffering from this eyelid twitching for years (maybe 3 years). Both up & down on my left eye, and my left part of lips are twitching now. Its to annoying, especially when I’m at work, can’t even talk to the person I want to talk, because twitching goes out when I’m talking, can’t even look at them eye-to-eye, it’s really hard and Im sure they already noticed it. I already go to a doctor to check and he gave me some medication but still twitching is still there, last option is the injection what you called “BOTOX”? I’m not sure. But its way too expensive (sadly can’t afford) here in the Philippines, and I also heared some of the comments here that it has no effect, or maybe less effective and will wear off after 3-5 months then you have to take the injection again. Already take Vitamin B-Complex, but still no work. Hope to received advice from you Ms. Sarah. But I will try this massage technique from you. You may catch me on my e-mail: [email protected]
Guys reading comments from here, hope to received advise & tips from you as well. Thank you!!
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Cederwall et al (2006) evaluated a physiotherapeutic treatment intervention in Bell's palsy. A consecutive series of 9 patients with Bell's palsy participated in the study. Participants were enrolled 4 to 21 weeks after the onset of facial paralysis. The study had a single subject experimental design with a baseline period of 2 to 6 weeks and a treatment period of 26 to 42 weeks. Subjects were evaluated using a facial grading score, a paresis index and a written questionnaire created for this study. Every patient was taught to perform an exercise program twice-daily, including movements of the muscles surrounding the mouth, nose, eyes and forehead. All patients improved in terms of symmetry at rest, movement and function. The authors concluded that patients with remaining symptoms of Bell's palsy appear to experience positive effects from a specific training program. Moreover, these investigators noted that a larger study is needed to fully evaluate the treatment.