The Cause Of The Eyes Aches For Days?
Hello, Last week, I always stayed up late because of many assignments. Usually when I stay up late in the morning my eyes do feel sore but usually it won’t disappear soon. But since staying up late last week the aching in my left eye is still felt today. Even if I cough / sneeze, my eyes will feel more. Does this eye ache have anything to do with staying up late? Or what ?, Thank you.
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Eyes that feel sore one of them can indeed be caused by staying up late. When staying up late, a lot of interstitial fluid will leak to cause the eyes to become swollen. Not only that, the muscles around your eyes will contract more intensely to keep your eyes awake. This is what can make the eyes feel sore.
Not only is the influence of staying up late, your eyes aching may also indicate refractive eye disorders (eg nearsightedness, astigmatism), asthenopia, conjunctivitis, uveitis, acute closed-angle glaucoma, xerofthalmia, hordeolum, blepharitis, preseptal cellulitis, kalazion, psychosomatic disorders, uveitis, acute closed-angle glaucoma, xerofthalmia, hordeolum, blepharitis, preseptal cellulitis, kalazion, psychosomatic disorders, migraine cluster headaches, and so on.
Need to be clarified, besides the aching eyes, are there any other complaints that you feel?
If the aches in your eyes do not appear accompanied by other complaints, and the intensity is still in the range of mild to moderate, you should not panic first. Resolve your complaint first with the following steps:
Compressed eye aches with cooled spoons or ice cubes. Avoid staying up late. If you lack sleep at night, change your sleep time during the day. Not always activating with excessive eyes, including staring at glare, driving long distances, reading small print, looking at gadgets Protect the eyes so as not to get in the dust, pollution, smoke, and other irritants If the eyes feel dry, you can first drip artificial tears relaxation and meditation, stay away from stress. Not taking drugs arbitrarily. However, if the above steps have not been successful in alleviating your complaints, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or ophthalmologist so that you are given the best treatment.
I hope this helps.