The main forms of treatment are:
injection of a drug (Botox)
medicines taken orally
Very small amounts of botulin toxin A (Botox), prepared by the bacterium Clostridium Botulinum (Botox), can be injected into the muscle that closes the eyelids. Botox stops muscle spasms for several months. These Botox injections should be repeated approximately every 3 months.
Some medicines cause spasms. Stopping these medicines or reducing their dosage can stop the spasms.
Finally, stress management and coping techniques may help reduce the spasms and help you feel more comfortable at social events.
Bright light can aggravate spasms, so the use of dark glasses can reduce certain spasms. Also, dark glasses make the problem less noticeable to others.