The Connection Between The Minus 0.25 Left Eye And Sinusitis?
Hello, I want to ask my eyes are a bit blurry but I can still read on the optical test screen, but the time on the left eye refraction test is minus 0.25. Then I don’t wear glasses for a long time when I feel tired / a little sore, it’s my right eye which doesn’t have any minuses. I still don’t wear glasses. Then after about 3 weeks I got sinusitis in the right maxillary and a little left. Is there a connection? If it’s minus the one eye, do you have to use it too, even if it’s only minus 0.25?
Hello, Thank you for the question.
So that a person can see clearly must be supported by the work of the eye cornea, eyeball, and retina. The image of the object that enters the eye must fall directly on the retina. Minus eye is an eye refraction disorder caused by a shadow falling in front of the retina due to an overly convex cornea or an elongated eyeball. In seeing an object both eyes need to work. The pain in the right eye may be caused by the right eye which has to compensate for the work of the left eye which has a minus. Even though the minus of your eyes is not big, you are still advised to wear glasses to help your vision acuity. It can also help keep your right eye from working "harder" in the visual process.
Sinusitis is inflammation of the sinus walls, which are air-filled cavities located under the cheekbones, nose, and forehead. The sinuses function to help warm and humidify the air that enters the nose. Inflammation of the sinus walls is most commonly caused by a viral infection. In addition, bacterial infections, fungal infections, dental infections, and smoking habits can also cause sinusitis. Sinusitis is not related to your minus eye.
Please take your doctor's recommended treatment. You can inhale hot steam from a bowl of hot water, drink a warm drink, or take a warm bath to relieve your breath. Also keep your eyes healthy by:
adjust the room lighting when you are reading or looking at the computer / gadget adjusting the lighting of your computer or gadget. You take a break from the front of the computer if your eyes get tired.