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Can Dry Eyes Cause Dizziness
Sudden head rush coupled with brief dizziness. Minor headache dry eyes, brain fog afterwards. (normal mri) thoughts?
Sudden low BP: It sounds like your blood pressure is dropping briefly. When this happens, you will get dizzy, possibly get a headache and your brain can feel foggy from a brief lessening of oxygen. With the dry eyes as well, it sounds like you may be dehydrated. You are in a heat wave. Make sure you keep your fluids up. If it worsens, go to the er for IV replenishment. ...Read more
Dry eyes. Headache. Dizziness. Pressure in face and nose. Fullness in head. And occasionally hoarseness. Started first day of spring. Treatment?
Serious tinnitus, allergic symptoms like lightheadedness, dry eyes, hot flashes, drowsiness, dizziness, shortness of breath. Hallucination when goin to sleep
Based on what you presented I would strongly recommend that you go to the nearest Emergency Room as soon as you can.
If things are not to bad no harm is done.
If things are as bad as you present they will take extra care with you. ...Read more
Chest conjestion cough dry stuffy nose pounding headache dry eyes dizzy spells nausea No fever or chills cold flu or allergies?
See doctor: You did not mention how long these symptoms have been present. If just for a few days, it may just be from a viral infection. If longer than that or getting worse, you need to see your doctor. ...Read more
What is the reason of high potassium and low white cell in blood since I have IBS (consumption)? Dry eyes, feeling dizziness, nausea, headache sometimes.
Period hasn't come. Negative pregnancy test. Nausea, vomiting, flank pain, decreased appetite, feverish, dizziness. Dry eyes, trouble walking, abdo pain. Help?
See your doctor: Many worrisome symptoms, please see your doctor ...Read more
Not listed: Dry eyes are not listed as a side effect but there is a history of some antidepressants having that side effect. Middle age is a time of life that many people do suffer this condition and you might ask your PCP, opthalmologist or a pharmacist for ideas. Drinking lots of water may help and using good OTC eye moisturizers. Take care, best wishes! ...Read more
Might be eczema: If you are a person with allergies, asthma, etc it may be due to eczema. Atopic dermatitis can cause dark circles around the eyes and dry eyes to boot (atopic keratoconjunctivitis). Do you have rashes on your body? If so, you may have your answer. I would see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
It Can: Studies have shown that our blin rate decreases by 50% when we look at a computer screen. Blinking more, or using artificialtears may be helpful, ...Read more
A week ago I saw a halo around a light. When I blinked, it was gone. Could this be from dry eyes? Now I see it all the time? Could anxiety cause this?
Could be: Could be but probably not. Have your eyes felt dry? More likely in an 18 year old is allergy producing some mucus that gets blinked away. Clearing up with blinking does localize the problem to the surface of the eye. An exam with an MD can tell you the exact cause. Anxiety would not cause this. ...Read more
Many: Causes for dry eye including those that cause not enough production of tears and those that cause your tears to disappear too quickly. Your eyemd should be able to help figure out which you have and give an appropriate treatment plan. ...Read more
Dry eyes: Are caused by a deficiency of the tears which your eyes produce. Typically there is no specific cause found for dry eyes, but symptoms can be caused by other eye conditions, both infectious and inflammatory. If you are having significant problems, then you should see your ophthalmologist for a complete exam. ...Read more
Common: When the human cornea becomes dry, it's surface can become irregular and swollen. This may cause the light entering the eye (s) to be distorted and the vision to be blurred. Reconstituting the volume and quality of the tear film will typically resolve the blurring. This can be accomplished with artificial tears, lacrimal plugs, anti-inflammatory drops, and restasis! ...Read more
Many reasons: Dry eye has several causes. Usually it is due to increased evaporation rate (dry wind blowing in your face, staring at a computer screen all day, etc). Or you may not be making enough tears (medication side effect, certain medical conditions etc). You may be sleeping with you eyes slightly open, in which case ointment (genteal /lacrilube /refresh pm) at bedtime would help. ...Read more
Lids open at night: A common cause of night-time dryness is the eyes drifting open during sleep. The exposed portion of the eye dries out, producing often significant symptoms if we awake during the night or first thing in the morning. Using an otc lubricating ointment in the eyes at bedtime is helpful in theses cases, since the ointment coats the surface of the eye, preventing drying out if it should drift open. ...Read more
Dry eyes: "dry eyes occur when your tears aren't able to provide adequate moisture for your eyes. Tears can be inadequate for many reasons. For example, dry eyes may occur if you don't produce enough tears or if you produce poor-quality tears." for more see: http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/dry-eyes/ds00463. ...Read more
No: No. This should not cause any significant dry eye. ...Read more
Treatments for dry e:
Dry eyes are common and have a number of causes. As we get older, our eyes make less tears. Tears are a complex mixture that includes mucous, water, minerals and a lipid. All the components are important to keep the tear film stable and prevent rapid evaporation.
There are a number of treatments that include various types of artificial tears and other treatments. See an eye doctor. ...Read more
Depends: There could be several reasons for eye dryness, including dry weather, wind blowing in the eyes, and blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelid glands). Also, the eyes can become dry during extended visual tasks like reading or using the computer. While concentrating, people tend to blink less which can lead to tear evaporation and dryness. ...Read more
I have newly been diagnosed with dry eyes and I am worried. What might be the cause of it? Is this conditionserious?
Not uncommon: Dry eyes are a common development with age. Certain medicines, contact lens use, smoking, sun and wind exposure, and lasik may make them worse. If they are not associated with any more serious systemic diseases, then they are not too worrisome, just another "benefit" of advancing age. ...Read more
Dry eyes? Does dry eyes caused by medicine go away? Would changing the meds or lowering the dosage cure dry eyes or is this a permanent effect?
Dry eye: Stopping meds that cause dry eye can help improve dry eye symptoms. ...Read more
Not typically: Allergies manifest in eyes by making them itchy & watery while dry eyes feel gritty & relieved upon tearing (but tearing is secondary to dryness, not primary complaint). There are many causes of dry eyes so if you're not better w/OTC options, time to see your Ophthalmologist or Optometrist. Check out http://goo. Gl/4eI7Kl for medical perspective on difference btwn two conditions. ...Read more
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Evaporative: In evaporative dry eye, there is a deficient oil layer that prevents evaporation. So, the tears clear too rapidly from the ocular surface. Some otc drops for this include systane balance and refresh optive advanced. Taking oral omega-3 supplements and improving oil gland function with lid hygiene and warm compresses can help as well. Rosacea can worsen this. Other types of tears may be needed. ...Read more
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