Why Do You Squint?
Hello, I am a teenager aged 18 years, every time I wake up my left eye squint to the left side, while the right is still normal in the middle position? But after a few seconds then everything will return to normal. Is this dangerous?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Cross-eyed is a condition when both eyes do not move or focus to the same point. This condition can occur in one eye or both, and because it means there is more than one focal point in both eyes, between complaints are blurred vision and headaches.
Basically, crossed eyes occur because there is weakness in the muscles or innervation of the eye. This condition can occur due to various things, such as:
Botulism Eye Injury Grave Disease Guillain-Barre Syndrome Injury or impact to the head Minus too high eye
And many other possibilities. In your case, the temporary squint may be due to the weakness of your left eye muscles during sleep and when you wake up, then it works again to adjust to the right. This should not happen, and requires further inspection. Our advice, you should check your condition to the eye doctor to see the tendency and severity and planned further treatment.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much, but check yourself immediately. If your eyes do have a tendency to squint and are not treated, the complications can end up one of the eyes does not work well because it relies too much on healthy eyes. So, hopefully answering your question.