What are Twitching Eyelids?
Twitching Eyelids is usually of the upper or lower eyelid muscles.
Signs & Symptoms
Symptoms are twitching of either upper or lower eyelid.
Often a precursor to eye inflammation or Conjunctivitis, other causes can be allergic reactions, dry eyes syndrome, eye strain, tiredness or stress. This condition can last for several days or weeks.
By stimulating this contact marker at the end of the eyebrow, you are stimulating a branch of the facial nerve and a branch of the temporal nerve. This will increase the blood circulation to the muscles surrounding the eye socket, resulting in the calming of the optical nerves. Treat three times a day.
Please note before applying treatment, study the illustration. Pay careful attention to the position of the CM (Contact Marker), i.e. the black dot. CM is situated at the extreme outside end of the eyebrow.
Note: When treating yourself or a patient, apply only enough hand weight to cause slight discomfort – NOT PAIN.
Apply large end of instrument (pen) to contact mark, in a circular clockwise movement to the slow count of 20 (seconds), rest for 3 minutes, then repeat treatment. Contact Markers can be used at either left or right hand side of the body. Remember - the more often you treat the condition, the sooner you will achieve the required results.
Important: Do not treat if patient is fatigued.
Disclaimer: If the condition does not improve following two to three weeks of treatment, seek further medical advice.