Can you help me about last mediation of blepharospasm as an disorder movement and one type of dystonia?

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Can you help me about last mediation of blepharospasm as an disorder movement and one type of dystonia?

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I’m not entirely sure what you mean by your question, but benign blepharospasm (involunatry spasms of the muscles around the eyes) can be due to multiple factors. Stress is most common; many people experience blepharospasm on at least an occasional basis. When severe, your eyes feel as if they operate like a camera lens taking a picture (your muscles feel and look like they are closing in around your eyes), and in the most severe cases you are not able to open your eyes during the spasms. In more severe cases, botox injections are used to treat the condition, as it works to paralyze the muscles, no longer allowing them to contract. If the spasms are stress related, then environmental stress reduction should help you. Blepharospasms are also fairly common in cervical dystonia/spasmodic torticollis, a neurological condition involving involuntary contraction of muscles in the neck area (and sometimes face). As far as prescription meds, a doctor generally starts with more mild medications