Left Eye Twitching Good or Bad Luck

My left eye upper lid eye recently twitched consistently for hours until I had no choice but to conduct some research on what causes eye twitching. I googled left eye twitch and got a pop up topic that made me want to research more, ‘’left eye twitching good or bad luck”

Many of the results I got revealed that a lot of facts are taken into consideration when it comes to defining what the twitching means in a mythical clarification. However health wise research states that doctors can treat this short-term or long-term problem that you might also encounter.

Medically twitches are referred to as myokymia and can be caused by:

  • Stress
  • Alcohol
  • Allergies
  • Too much Caffeine intake
  • Tiredness
  • Eye Strain
  • Lack of Vitamin B 12
  • Lack of Vitamin D
  • Cornea inflammation
  • Lack of adequate sleep

 All of these factors do not seem to have any back links to any good or bad luck myths.  But culturally the twitching of the left eye can either mean good fortune or bad luck. The lower twitching of the left eye in Cameroon means that you might soon shed tears while Nigerians believe that bad luck is coming your way.

The Chinese believe that the twitching of the left eye means that you will receive good news, good luck is on your side for men. However for women it’s the opposite it means bad luck. The Chinese also value the time at which your eye twitches. Time can also determine the meaning of the twitch.  While  Indians believe the opposite of what the Chinese’s believe in. Visit http://www.buzzle.com/articles/left-eye-twitching-superstition.html for more information to red on.


3 thoughts on “Left Eye Twitching Good or Bad Luck

  1. Hi, I’m a female Asian. My upper left eyelid have been twitching since 10pm on Sunday off n on up to now. I would like to know is that mean good or bad sign? Thank you.


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