Blepharospasm causes involuntary contractions of the muscles of the eyelids. The disorder can also lead to uncontrollable blinking and in some cases sufferers may be unable to open their eyes, reducing their ability to carry out everyday activities. Learn more about the condition, its diagnosis and the different treatment options available.

A rare


Age 50 to 60

Onset of the disease


are more likely to be affected than men

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Date of preparation January 2018 / ALL-UK-000455