Causes And Overcomes Eye Pain When Seeing Sunlight?
I am M. Iqbal aged 17. why my eyes when I see the sun’s light is so dazzling? Ask for a solution
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Several conditions can increase the sensitivity of the eye when looking at bright light, including sunlight. This condition can come from disorders of the eye itself, or it can be due to abnormalities in other organ systems but has a secondary effect on the eye.
It needs to be clarified first, are there any eye problems that you previously suffered from? How long has your complaint been happening?
Here are some possible conditions that can cause your complaint:
Eye disorders, for example:
Astigmatism (cylindrical); caused by an uneven surface of the cornea
Asthenopia (tired eyes)
Inflammation of the eye, for example keratitis, uveitis
Glaucoma (increased pressure in the eyeball)
Migraine (primary headache caused by vascular phenomena in the brain that result in inflammation)
Cluster headaches (primary headaches that disappear and occur over a period of time)
Sinusitis (inflammation of the sinus cavity)
Drug side effects
After undergoing eye surgery, for example LASIK, and so on
Is the complaint really annoying? If not, you can do the initial handling as follows to fix it:
Avoid looking directly into bright light
Use anti-UV sunglasses as protection
Avoid tired eyes, namely by not staring at gadgets too often
Get regular sleep
Avoid taking drugs carelessly
Protect your eyes from exposure to harmful pollutants and foreign particles
However, if there is no significant improvement within 1 to 3 days, you should check your complaint directly to an ophthalmologist for further evaluation and treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah