Dizzy Eyes After Seeing The Red Color?
Good evening doctorrnIntroduce my name fikri..I want to askrnWhy if I look at the red color for too long my eyesight is not clear and I feel a little dizzy.rnThank you doctor
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Blurred vision and feeling dizzy when seeing certain colors may be the cause of migraines. In addition to certain colors, migraines can also be triggered by seeing glares, smelling pungent odors, hearing noises, extreme climate changes, and so on.
It could also be, migraines appear related to hormonal changes (in women generally before or during menstruation), stress, lack of sleep, smoking, consuming certain types of food (eg containing alcohol, caffeine, or MSG), drug side effects (eg birth control, anti-hypertensive), late eating, motion sickness, head injury, and so on. As a result of the various triggers above, patients will experience vascular phenomena, namely in the form of narrowing and widening of blood vessels. This condition causes pain that feels like a throbbing.
It could also be, in addition to migraines, your complaints arise due to other causes, such as astigmatism (cylindrical eyes), myopia (nearsightedness), glaucoma (increased intraocular pressure), keratitis (inflammation of the cornea), and so on.
Do your dizziness and blurry vision really bother you? If so, you should immediately consult a doctor so that further treatment can be carried out. If it is true that the cause is migraine, the doctor will generally give several types of drugs such as anti-pain, and so on. If it is suspected that the disorder comes from disorders of the eye, the doctor may also refer you to an ophthalmologist.
In addition to seeing a doctor, you should also do the following efforts:
Don't stare at bright colored objects for too long, including red
Also stay away from exposure to other migraine triggers (as mentioned above)
Rest your eyes when they feel tired, by closing your eyes or looking at a distant green object
Don't stare at the gadget for too long (we recommend limiting it to 2 hours per day)
Sleep and eat regularly
Stay away from alcohol, cigarettes, and excessive stress
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah