Slowly Adjusts The View From Dark To Bright?
, when I want to sleep I always turn off the lights, then I turn on the sleep lights. When my sleep light was turned on, my eyesight was still black, like there was no light at all, even though at that time the sleep light was on even though it was dim, after a few seconds I could see, my eyes seemed to adjust slowly. This is something I’ve realized for a few months. What happened to my eyes? White on my eye has red veins and yellow spots, minus, and has a corneal arc on the top, I’m only 23 years old
Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Pupil light reflex is a pupillary response widening and shrinking after the stimulation of changes in light given. Thus, when someone is exposed to changes in light from light to dark or vice versa, the light will enter the eye through the pupils, and then the pupil's reflex will widen or shrink depending on the incoming light. In this period of change in the intensity of light, the eye will blur because the eyes need to adjust to sudden changes in light. If the change in light intensity is too strong, then the eye adjustment is also getting longer. Under certain conditions, sudden changes in the intensity of light that are too strong in addition to blurry eye vision for a few seconds, can also be accompanied by headaches or dizziness. And in general this condition is a natural thing to happen because of eye adjustments that occur. To reduce sudden changes in light intensity, you should close your eyes for a few seconds when turning on or off the lights; or close your eyes for a moment while moving to a room with different light intensity. Thus, complaints of eye glare or blurry vision can be reduced.
Regarding your question, in general your eye adjustment to incoming light after a few seconds is a reasonable condition and should not be a concern. Because this adjustment is a physiological process that occurs in your eyes. However, to reduce complaints that are uncomfortable on the eyes and reduce complaints of inconvenience in the head region when accompanied by headaches or dizziness, then it is better, before and after turning on your eyes to close your eyes, thus, you can control the intensity of light entering your eyes .
However, if you feel this complaint is uncomfortable for you, then you should consult directly with your eye doctor.
Thus the info we can convey.