2. Lack of Sleep
Not only can an insufficient amount of sleep result in grogginess and mood changes, it can also cause eye twitches. Although the National Sleep Foundation says that people between the ages of 26 and 64 should get approximately 7 to 9 hours each night, many individuals are getting much less.
Oftentimes our busy lifestyles are to blame, along with stress (which we’ll talk about next), but if you want to stop persistent eye twitches from occurring, getting an adequate amount of shut-eye may be the simplest solution.