My right eye's been twitching like crazy this past week. It's been really annoying and even getting me paranoid as if I'm going blind or something.

It could be stress, lack of sleep, etc. But I think it's because I've been playing way too much games lately.

I never had this problem before. I played a lot of games during a week stretch in the past. But for some reason, it's been acting up recently. It's probably because of the graphics some of these games have. You know all the lights, bloom, shadows, special effects, etc.

The biggest culprit is probably Modern Warfare 2. I've been playing this game almost every day and night, non-stop. Maybe I should hang up the perks and guns for awhile and give it some rest. Getting Borderlands, Tekken 6, and Dragon Age doesn't help either, LOL!

It's just so hard to stop playing when I'm so addicted! Oh well. Health is more important so I guess I have to do myself a favor and relax.

Anyway, just thought I share that.
Posted by ASK_Story Sun, 29 Nov 2009 09:37:52 (comments: 6)
Sun, 29 Nov 2009 11:56:26
Also, try not to get semen in your eyes. That's always helpful.
Sun, 29 Nov 2009 13:04:29
I've had that before too. I guess good sleep and having breaks to relax your eyes helps.
Sun, 29 Nov 2009 13:12:14
I used to have that fairly frequently... I guess my eyes kind of adjusted to being in front of a computer constantly, because now I don't have that problem any more. Now my eyes just get progressively more bloodshot the longer I sit here.
Sun, 29 Nov 2009 15:19:32
it happens to me when i don't get enough sleep or when i get close to suffering an anxiety attack
Sun, 29 Nov 2009 16:50:59

Play with the lights on.

P.S Didn't anyone tell you doing 'that' too much will make you blind?

Sun, 29 Nov 2009 21:27:38

I've had that when I've been on minimal sleep + life issues.  Wouldn't hurt to put the controller down and go for a walk a few days a week.

As for me, I'm in the reverse situation right now, I've been doing too much non-gaming and my body is ravaged as a result.  (so it can go both ways -- too much of anything is detrimental).

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