Headaches To The Right To The Eyes And The Eyes Feel Enlarged?
the right head often hurts for more than a month and until now and the disruption in my right eye is nearsighted and every night my right eye must hurt to my forehead and my eyes feel like spinning and the size of my right eye is bigger than the left back to the head pain to the back of the neck if there is a problem with headaches and farsightedness with the frequency in front of the cellphone screen and eventually lying in bed ????
Thank you for the question.
Complaints of headaches and eyes can be a condition that is interrelated and appear together at a time. However, these complaints are caused by many things that are marked by certain signs, such as the start of the complaint, the duration of the complaint, the type of headache that is felt (such as throbbing, such as being tied, severe pain), accompanying symptoms such as being sensitive to light, watery eyes, red eye, and visual impairment and where.
Basically headaches and eye disorders can be caused by:
Migraine, which is a headache accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and light sensitivity. Glaucoma, which is a disorder of the eye nerve that is characterized by increased pressure on the eyeball, blurred vision, and the visual field at the edges is disturbed. Eye strain, which is fatigue in the eyes due to too often see the screen. If the headache does not improve after treatment at home, the decline in vision function that gradually worsens, you are advised to see a doctor or to an eye specialist who will ask your complaint more fully, check your eyes and examine the inside of the nerves of your eye using a tool called the ophthalmoscope, then the doctor will determine the appropriate therapy for your condition.
In the meantime recommendations that you can do at home:
Apply the principle of 20-20-20, every 20 minutes you spend in front of the screen (TV, computer, cellphone), take 20 seconds to see a point 20 feet (6 meters) in front of you to relax your eyes. Avoid staring at the screen too long or too close. Take over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol. Adequate rest with adequate nutrition. Hope you can help ..