What to know about Blepharospasm
A diagnosis of Blepharospasm and its related disorders can feel overwhelming to learn about, especially learning the medical terms and information. We hope to help you better understand Blepharospasm and its related disorders by breaking the components down for you. Get the information and support you need for your day-to-day living.
Education and BEBRF
Education of patients, supporters, medical professionals, and awareness, in general, is part of the Foundation’s Mission. To do that, the Foundation provides educational brochures, holds educational Symposiums/Webinars for patients and supporters, attends major Medical Academies to increase awareness amongst medical professionals, and publishes learned articles by researchers.
What treatment is available to you?
Learn about treatment options and different aids for Blepharospasm so you can decide what works best for you.
Disorders related to Blepharospasm
Certain disorders are often associated with or mistaken for Blepharospasm. These include dry eye with excessive blinking, photophobia (sensitivity to light), cranial dystonia (also known as Meige Syndrome or oromandibular dystonia), apraxia of eyelid opening, and hemifacial spasm. Learn about all of these related disorders here.