The Eyes Become Shortsighted When Exposed To Sunlight?
why yes every time outdoors or on the road if my eyes are exposed to direct sunlight it must be short-sighted for 1 full day … even though if exposed to the sun I must squint my eyes to avoid it … because each of those farsighted I feel dizzy and dizzy and as if my body is not strong enough to support my body alone … please explain
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Stare at the glare of light, including when seeing direct sunlight, can certainly make the view become disturbed. However, if your eyes are in good health, this complaint should only be temporary, and not as persistent as you experience.
Eyes that feel blurry (farsightedness), dizziness, so it is difficult to adjust the balance may indicate some of the following conditions:
Disorders of the eye, for example due to keratitis (inflammation of the cornea of the eye), uveitis (inflammation of the uvea tract), cataracts (cloudy eye lens), asthenopia (tired eyes)
Anemia (low blood hemoglobin)
Hypotension (low blood pressure)
Dehydration (lack of fluids)
Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
Other diseases, such as heart problems, thyroid gland disorders, metabolic disorders, and so on
The question now is, have your complaints been repeated so often? How annoying is your complaint about your daily activities?
If your complaint has repeated frequently, we suggest you not leave it unaddressed. Check with your doctor directly. With a thorough physical examination, specialized in the eye area, the doctor can identify whether your complaint is indeed due to a disruption in the eye, or other organ systems. If an eye disorder is suspected to be the basis of your complaint, your doctor may refer you to an eye specialist.
At this time, you can first take the following steps to improve your complaint:
Don't stare at the glare with the naked eye for too long
Use anti-radiation glasses when a lot of outdoor activities
Don't rub your eyes excessively
Enough sleep and regular
Eat with discipline
Expand to exercise
Hope this helps ...