Every once in a while Iâ€™ll have these sparkle-like twitches a part of my vision. They are usually in the lower or outer peripheral areas as I stare forward. They are blurry and cover only a small ...
I used to be able to see a perfecly but latley my vision has been a little blury at a distance, and i have to strain my eyes or squint them so i can like focus my vision better. What could possibly ...
Christy-Atheati Vile Temptress
I have had a headache at the end of the day for the past 3 work days, could I possibly need glasses?
Thursday and Friday were incredibely stressful work days. At the end of both days I had a terrible headache and I NEVER get headaches. I assumed it was because of the stress level because the headache spread to my neck and shoulders after the work day had ended. However today wasn't so bad (stress-wise) and I now have a slight headache. Obviously I look at a computer most of the day and I was wondering if it is posible that I might need glasses? I've always had 20/20 vision so I'm not familiar with the signs.
cover your left or right eye and if you see blury that means you do need glasses.
There are lots of reasons for having headaches. It could be a need for glasses, or it could be stress, a sinus infection ... all kinds of things. In any case, though, a recurring headache like that deserves a doctor appointment.
Hex the Fundies (JPAA)
Could be eyestrain, could be stress, could be dehydration, could be a virus......if I were you, best get an eye test done to rule it out.
Could mean you need glasses or could mean you are hungry, or you need caffeine, It could be the lighting has changed in your office and the too bright is giving you a headache. Check some of these things out.
yes that is possible, i have twenty twenty vision but one eye is bad so the other one is taking over, i have to get glasses soon too. go to the eye doc. it's not bad...
Yes, the stress of bright computer screens on the eyes can cause headaches, but there are other possibilities you should check out before you invest in something like glasses (EXPENSIVE.) First of all, you should make sure you're drinking plenty of water throughout the day and not eating too much salty food. Dehydration often causes headaches. Taking a multivitamin is good for the eyes too, just to make sure it's not a deficiency.
If it really is the screen, maybe try adjusting the brightness and contrast so it's easy to read but not so glaringly bright. Also make sure there is sufficient lighting around the screen to take stress off the eyes.
If it continues despite these, call your doctor first! They certainly know your body better than some strange kid on the internet with nothing better to do than answering stranger's questions for the sake of ego-stroking.