Why Are Hot Eyes When Driving?
When I drive a motorcycle at night / daytime my eyes are always hot when I see the lights of a vehicle that lights up in the other direction, and my vision breaks (striped) when I see a vehicle’s lights. Guess why? NB: I’m a minus 4 eyeglasses user
Hello Zulkifli, thank you for the question.
Reading your complaint, the complaint could have been caused by several conditions such as:
Fatigue in the eyes
Minus your eyes increase
Eyes that are too sensitive to light
To make sure which condition you are experiencing plus those complaints are quite disturbing your activities, it is highly recommended that you re-check your eyes to an ophthalmologist. The doctor will re-check the overall condition of your eyes whether additional abnormalities are currently found. If there are additional abnormalities in your eyes, the doctor will further determine what therapy should be given to you.
In the meantime, if you are driving during the day, use sunglasses to help reduce the strength of the vehicle's headlights that you see. At night, try not to see the light of the vehicle for too long. If it feels more comfortable, you can also use artificial tears every time a complaint is felt. If you feel that your eyes are tired enough, don't drive first until the complaint has improved.
I hope this helps.