I put warm compresses on my eye. That only helped temporarily. I put warm and then cold compresses on it. Again, relief was short lived. I put eye drops in the eye and found somewhat longer relief, but the twitching returned.
I massaged my eye. That didn't do much good at all, but then I'm not much of a masseuse.
Finally, I decided to take a vacation--sort of. I opened up a book I wrote during another stressful time of my life, THE FIEND OF WHITE BUCK HALL. It is full of action, suspense, magic, paranormal feats, and sex. (For those of you who are horrified at that last activity, the two individuals engaging in sex are married. Within the bonds of marriage, sex is a good thing. Trust me on that.)
I unloaded the dishwasher, put in a small load of laundry, cooked a simple supper, rode my recumbent bike for thirty-one minutes, but for the most part I devoured the book in one fell swoop.
It felt good. My eye stopped twitching. Problem solved.
I highly recommend this book if you are undergoing stress in your life and if your eye starts twitching.
The book wound up with an unfortunate cover, but I made a clever little book video which offers a more engaging look into the story. Enjoy.
You can find the book at http://a.co/0TAs1GL