Blurry Eyes When You Wake Up, Lots Of Eye Discharge And Red Eyes?
Good night, why is my right eye when I wake up it’s blurry (long gone long), it’s a bit dark and red, huh? Then if you look at the screen a lot, the eye on the side of you is so sore that you get a little dizzy, do the two problems have a connection?
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Red eye is a complaint of eye disease that is often encountered, although most of the causes of red eye are not dangerous, it can interfere with the sufferer's daily activities, especially if accompanied by other complaints such as pain, itching, a lot of secretions or 'tingling'. Red eye can be accompanied by visual disturbances or sharp vision decreased or not accompanied by visual disturbances. There are many possible causes for red eyes.
If you experience red eyes, accompanied by blurry but improving vision, it could be caused by a build-up of eye secretions or discharge that interferes with your vision, often making vision blurry. Here are some possible causes of red eyes accompanied by the production of eye discharge:
Conjuntivitis: conjunctivitis is a condition when the conjunctiva (the clear membrane that lines the front of the eye) becomes inflamed. This condition is often the cause of red eyes. Conjuntivitis can be caused by allergies, infections, and irritation. In addition to the red eye complaints that often arise in conjunctivitis, namely, the discharge of secretions or 'tingling' in the sufferer. These secretions can also distinguish the cause of conjunctivitis, if the thick yellowish to greenish secretions are usually caused by bacterial infection. In allergic conjunctivitis, the secretions can be white like milk and accompanied by intense itching, usually the patient also has a history of other allergies. Irritation of the conjunctiva can also cause red eyes. Eye fatigue: Your eyes can also experience fatigue and some of the following activities can cause eye fatigue such as staring at a computer screen, television, cellphone or other monitor for too long. In addition, you will also feel a headache when lingering in front of the screen. Dry eyes or dry eyes syndrome: a condition when the production of tears as a lubricant decreases, causing problems such as dry eyes, irritation, redness of the eyes, and a sensation like a lump or often felt like 'gritty' eyes, and complaints of 'tingling', vision can be faint. This condition can be caused by several factors such as hot, dry, windy weather. Continuous use of contact lenses can also cause dry eyes. In addition, it is necessary to ascertain whether the visual disturbance that occurs to you is a disturbance or decreased sharp vision or is just blurry and faint due to the buildup of sketches. Red eyes with aching sensation or headaches can be related and indicate a certain condition, so you should consult an eye specialist. In addition, it is also necessary to do some direct eye examinations to find out the cause of your red eye. The treatment that will be given will depend on the cause of your red eye.
Some of the causes of red eye are not dangerous, but if left untreated they can also cause various problems with your eyes. For example, continuous irritation, and rubbing the eyes can cause irritation and cause corneal injury or keratitis. In addition, acute red eye complaints accompanied by decreased vision, headaches, eye pain, nausea and vomiting can be a sign of increased eye pressure or is called glaucoma. This condition is one of the eye diseases that must be treated appropriately to prevent unwanted complications.
You should immediately see an ophthalmologist if you feel the following complaints:
Decrease in visual acuity, especially when sharp vision drops suddenly or suddenly. It is difficult for you to open your eyes because of the intense pain. The eyes become sensitive to light, so you tend to close your eyes if the complaints you are currently feeling don't get better. Accompanied by headache, pain especially felt behind the eyes, nausea and vomiting. Complaints of red eye arise due to certain chemicals. Red eye due to injuries such as collisions and others. For the time being, some of the following things you can do at home to prevent worsening red eye that happens to you:
Avoid using contact lenses. Avoid rubbing or scratching the eyes. This can worsen red eye conditions. Compress the eyes with a cold cotton ball when you feel itchy or painful. Warm compresses and eye cleaning can also help lubricate the eyes and clean the eyes from germs. If the cause of your eye complaints is tired eyes, avoid factors that can make your eyes tired, such as looking at screens for too long. Bonded time for your eyes to rest when you have to work in front of a computer screen or preferably. Avoid using eye drops without first checking with a doctor, unless artificial tears can be used to help reduce complaints of irritation and dry eyes. The following is an article regarding the use of artificial tears or artificial tear drops: Artificial Tear Drops for Dry Eyes So many answers from us, hopefully useful.