A few weeks ago, I had eye fatigue from being on the computer for too long (at least that's what my...
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A few weeks ago, I had eye fatigue from being on the computer for too long (at least that's what my ophthalmologist said) and I came across these glasses a few months ago https://www.noscopeglasses.com/ and I though that they could prevent future eye fatigue. The website says that they do prevent eye fatigue along with some other things that are brought on by long term computer usage. I read some reviews, and all the people said that the glasses helped them, but could they cause any harm to my eyes. I never had any serious eye problems in the past. Even my ophthalmologist said that my eyes are completely fine.View Thread
have lightheadedness and jumbled vision for short periods if i have been at my computer or reading for an extended period. It is really frightening, but doesn't last long. I also feel discomfort in my neck. i have a 32" computer screen. Could that be bothering my eyes?View Thread
So I have something goin on with me. It's annoying & I can't deal with it anymore & I want to tell you all about it. Here it goes........I have chronic watery eyes. It's true! I can be in mid conversation with someone and it they start to pour, then the person asks if I'm crying and I lose my train of thought while explaining about my chronic watering & it's just not fun. No one should have to live this way!!! It's usually the worst when I 1st wake up, when I put on eye makeup, when any type of wind hits my eyes (even when I'm running or walking too fast - ðŸ˜ðŸ˜ðŸ˜) when I expose myself to bright light, at the end of the work day, and before bed...so yea basically all the dadgum time!! #eyeseepage #evertdangday
So last night while lying in bed wiping away my "tears" I decided I would do the unthinkable - google my symptoms. I know, I know, googling your symptoms can lead to paranoia and possible death but I needed answers! I mean why me? Why do my eyes have to flood my face daily! Why does my $28 mascara have to end up on a balled up soaking wet tissue EVERY DANG DAY!! This just isn't fare. I can't go on this way. So I googled my symptoms - the results were unreal & just didn't set easily with me. Here they are, along with my thoughts while reading them.
1. Allergies - Ok, I refuse to believe this is a result of allergies. It's everyday, all day!! Unless I'm allergic to myself, or to life....it's not allergies. NEEEXXTTT!!
2. Dry Eyes - really? I just said my eyes WATER....if they were dry they'd prolly crumble up & fall out not pour water for no reason. I'm sure there's a logical explanation behind why "dry eyes" water profusely.....but I don't really care. That's not me...stupid internet. NEXT....
3. Migraines - ok. I do get migraines. But my eyes water all the time. I don't think I'm suffering a lifelong migraine. - NEXTT!!!!!
4. Premature Blindness - Ok wait...WHAT?!!! if this is true I'm quitting my job today & going to see the world. I can still sell pumps when I'm blind. Oh & I need to leave Braille I think learning it before you lose your visual will be easier. Ok it I'm not going blind - or am I?!!??!!
5. Brain Aneurysm.......
And that is when the paranoia set in. I locked my phone and went to sleep. This investigation had gone too far.
Does anyone else have chronic watery eyes? If so how do you deal with life?! I'm sick of living with a flooded face. I'm tired of looking homeless with no makeup on. I'm just want to be normal!!!!! HEEELLLLLPPPPPPP!!!View Thread
I have blue/green eyes, and around each pupil there is light brown. In addition, the upper section of my right iris is dark brown. I was not born with this difference in color; it was found around age 2-3. My mother was told it was a birthmark (Iris Nevi), however, in my research of this, I came across Sectoral Heterochromia as a possible cause. To my knowledge, no other family members have this, so I can't imagine it is hereditary. Neither the color around my pupils nor the section in my right eye has changed in color/size over the years. And although the rest of my irises change color from blueish to greenish to grayish depending on what I wear, the brown sections remain the same shade. I am curious as to how to tell which condition it could be considering it sounds like it could be both. https://app.box.com/s/nx59uwexhjeikdd101xiView Thread
So I live on a greek island and there are many stray cats here, I dont usually touch them because some of them live in bins but there is one cat here who I saw as a kitten and as far as I knoe it spends its days and nights eating at the restaurants, now its older and I noticed it looked pregnant so I was patting it and scratched its back and face. I then went and lightly washed my hands, but because Ive started to get dermatitis from the soap I didnt wash them thoroughly but a light soap and washing. I then touched my face some moments later and I think I touched my eye. can I get sick or go blind from touching a stray cat and then touching my face or eyes? I did wash my hands but im worried about under the nails and that.View Thread
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