Hello and thanks for your question.
In my experience, when children start to exhibit a pattern of excessive blinking, it is usually related to a problem with the tear film
coating the front of the eye, usually dry eyes
. Allergies can also be affecting the eyes causing itching, stinging or burning. The allergies in and of themselves can also exacerbate dry eyes. I would recommend using warm compresses once daily, but most importantly using artificial tears 4x/day for a few weeks to see if that provided relief, thereby improving the blinking. If there is no change in her blinking after a few weeks if this, however, I would recommend seeing your eye doctor to determine if there is anything else irritating the eyes.
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