I blink alot, Why???!

Question: I blink alot, Why!?!?!?
i realised in english that i blink loads more than everyone else, is there any reason why!?!?Www@Answer-Health@Com

HAVE YOUR EYES CHECKED BY A DOCTOR (I MEAN, AN OPHTHALMOLOGIST)!. The ophthalmologist is the professional indicated to diagnose and treat ocular disorders and prescribe glasses!.
Blinking may be dry eyes, pollution, allergies, only the doctor can answer to this question!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

You should go and have your eyes checked!. It could be a sign that there is something wrong, or it could be just a habit!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

Alot of the time it is a sign of tiredness!. So try to get more sleep!. They say that certain age groups need a certain amount of sleep!. but at the end of the day, we are all individual and need the right amount for ourselves!. You might be studying too much!?

Or maybe your eyes are being strained!? If thats the reason go to see the opticion!.

Hope I help xWww@Answer-Health@Com

have ur eyes checked with an optistainWww@Answer-Health@Com

Go see a doctor!.
He will know better than people who surf the Internet for fun!.
It may be something serious and the doctor is the best option!.

Have a great day !Www@Answer-Health@Com

sorry I wish I could help it is certainly something one should not make fun of, perhaps your optician can helpWww@Answer-Health@Com

it could be a habit my mum blinks alot out of habitWww@Answer-Health@Com

Does your mind race too!? Do you worry a lot!? Have trouble sleeping!? Rapid eyeblinking can be the first obvious symptom of Tourette syndrome!. It is very common!. Here is a prior post that explains it some:


It is a pity that while attending this lesson you did not concern yourself with improving your spelling or punctuation!. This might have been time much better spent than worrying how many times you blink, which is probably simply a habit!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

I had a classmate once with the same problem, maybe it's a habit or maybe your eyes doesn't have enough moistureWww@Answer-Health@Com

My aunt had that problem and it turned out she had something behind her one of here eyes and she went blinnd in one eye so you should see an eye doctor

Hope this helped,

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