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  1. Anneliese

    Sublinglal b12 is either a psychosomatic soother, or actually effective. I get it on my upper eyelid when things get nuts at work or I’m jet lagged. B12 seems to stop it pretty reliably. 🙂 good luck!

  2. Luckily I haven’t had an eye twitch. But I have Crohn’s. Early on I had to learn to leave work at work and home at home. This separation was needed for the stress. Stress will make the Crohn’s worse.

    Deep breathing to bring stress levels down. Taking a walk or sitting on my porch looking out at the fields helps relax me.

    I’m on the computer for 8 hours each day at work. Had to get readers just recently. Headaches- not twitches!

  3. I’m not a coffee drinker but diet Dr Pepper and/or diet Mt Dew are my caffeine addictions. I have not had an ongoing eye twitch but have had them that last for a few minutes. My most used go-to stress reliever would probably be going to a quiet room and playing a crossword puzzle on my iPhone. I’m having difficulty setting a proper bedtime, I honestly prefer staying up at night and sleeping during the day 🙂 My guesstimate on my daily screen time is about 8-12 hours – YIKES! Good to hear that you’ve gotten used to the twitching or that it has calmed down. Thank you Christie for attending the #WednesdayAIMLinkParty. I shared your post.

    • Thanks Dee! I’m not a big morning person either, but because my job requires it, I must go to bed early. I’ve always required a lot of sleep, even when I was younger. I’m scared to even calculate my screen time. Thanks for responding to my questions and for hosting #WednesdayAIMLinkParty.

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