The Eyes Feel Uncomfortable Accompanied By A Feeling Of Heat And Tension?
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The discomfort you experience when you see light is called photophobia. Photophobia can be caused by a variety of possibilities, can originate from the eye, can also originate from other diseases outside the eye.
The following are eye disorders that can cause photophobia:
dry eye uveitis or inflammation in the eyeball keratitis or inflammation of the cornea of the eye and corneal abrasion (injury to the cornea of the eye) iritis or inflammation of the iris (the part that gives color to the eye) the white part of the eye) abnormalities in the retina of the eye (the inner layer of the eyeball that has the function of receiving light) Other causes of photophobia that are not from the eye include:
migraine headaches meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain) brain injury pituitary tumor side effects of certain medications certain psychiatric conditions (for example anxiety disorders, panic attacks, depression, bipolar, etc.) Therapy for photophobia must certainly focus on the cause. Therefore it is a good idea to check with your eye doctor so that further evaluation can be done to look for the cause of your photophobia.
In the meantime, you can try the following:
Dim the lights on your computer / laptop / cell phone. When you work at a computer, try to stop and close your eyes every 1-2 hours for a few minutes to rest your eyes. Use eye drops that contain artificial tears to help reduce discomfort in your eyes
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