Light sensitivity is common to Blepharospasm Get Blepharospasm glasses that block the light that has been implicated in triggering reactions.
Most sufferers of Blepharospasm report having an averse response to light and they seek out dark rooms and avoid both ambient and bright light. Axon Glasses block that light. Get the glasses and get out of the dark.
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What is Blepharospasm (Eye Dystonia)
Blepharospasm is an uncontrollable blinking and squeezing of the eyelids and muscles around the eyes. This movement disorder is also know as eye dystonia. It creates difficulty opening eyes and it’s a very disabling condition, both in terms of work and social life. The severity of Blepharospasm symptoms may vary at different times of the day or from day to day. It is generally diagnosed and treated by either ophthalmologists or a neurologist that specializes in movement disorders.
Causes of Blepharospasm
Blepharospasm is a brain disease just like Parkinson’s Disease or any other neurological illness. At this time we don’t really know what part of the brain is effected or why that part of the brain causes increased blinking or squeezing. Blepahrospasm normally doesn’t develop until after the age of 50.