Pain Accompanied By Heat And Flickering Of The Eyes.?
Hello doctor, I’m Afida 25 years old. lately about the last 2 months, my eyes are sore every day. my eyes aren’t red, it’s just sore, hot and like twists and turns. I work with a computer = / – 7 hours per day. Apart from that I am not a gadget addict. I even went to bed early so my eyes could rest faster.
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Feeling sore, hot, like flickers in the eye can indeed indicate one of them refractive eye disorders (including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism) that are not corrected properly. These complaints usually appear accompanied by views that are easily blurred or ghosting, watery, difficult to concentrate, until recurring headaches due to eye muscles that are exhausted after continuous accommodation (asthenopia). Complaints often get heavy when you use your eyes for excessive activity, including staring at a computer, playing gadgets, driving long distances, or reading small print. Ideally indeed, before deciding to use glasses or contact lenses, you need to see yourself directly to an ophthalmologist for a comprehensive examination and treatment.
Not only the effect of refractive eye disorders, the discomfort you experience in your eyes can also be the impact of other conditions, such as glaucoma, eye irritation or infection, migraines, cluster headaches, brain tumors, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
To be clear, you can first check yourself to the doctor or the nearest eye specialist. Usually, not just doing an interview, your doctor will also do a sharp examination of vision, slit lamp, or other supporting tests so that your condition can be handled properly.
For now, try to compress your eyes that are uncomfortable with warm water. You can drop your eyes with artificial tears if you feel your eyes are too dry. Avoid activities that can make the eyes tired (as mentioned above) in excess. Also avoid carelessly using eye drops or ointments, contact lenses, and glasses except on prescription from a doctor.
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