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Eyes Bloodshot After Exercise
After exercise or standing up very I get flashing zig zag vision in corner of eyes. Do you know why?
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
Tachycardic with occasional high BP and anxiety. Today I had major pressure behind eyes/nose after exercise. Lasted 10 min. Made me a bit concerned...
I understand your concern.
I admire you for doing exercise to improve cardio-vascular Health.
It is likely that your Tachycardia is due to Anxiety.
Putting pressure on yourself for exercise, doing exercise when you are stressed, continuing exercise when you are exhausted can
lead to pressure behind the eyes.
See a Psychiatrist for Therapy for stress.
Do Breathing Relaxation, Yoga, Meditation ...Read more
Irritable pink/redness round the eyes (mostly eyelids). Worse after exercise/sweating. Also after alcohol they get much worse. Causes dry/dead skin?
Stop the alcohol: You may be allergic to something that is touching your eyelids (new nail polish, perfume, makeup) if your family or you has a history of hayfever, asthma, allergies or ezcema-it could be ezcema. You need to see a dermatologist. Until then stop all makeup, nailpolish, perfume. An otc jydrocortisone ointment 1% may help till then. ...Read more
See below: Possibly just increased heart rate with pulsations of the blood vessels behind and within your eyes. However, if significant pain, see your doc. ...Read more
I've been taking Aloe Vera juice and have itchy red eye lids sick stomach after food cold sores on lips dizziness and sick after exercise loose bowels?
All Juiced-Up Again?: Now THAT sounds like something I"D like to drink (when I want to get out of work, that is...).You know, often we attribute the most notable things as a proximate cause to our ills. Short of a Mac Truck hitting you, maybe also consider other things you've eaten or been exposed to. Of course if you just started with that Aloe, stop it and see what happens. And if you are getting worse get to a doctor ...Read more
Dry eyes: The two most common causes of dry eyes can be broken into two broad groups: decreased production or increased evaporation. Your eye md can help with diagnosing why your eyes are dry. As a starting point, you can use OTC lubricating drops 4x/day, but the root cause needs to be addressed. ...Read more
Many things: Infections, allergies, irritants, dryness or trauma.Get a more detailed answer ›
Many ways: Anything that will irritate the eyes will cause them to redden. Actors use glycerin which stimulates tear flow and causes reddening. You could of course use pepper spray or bits of cayenne pepper. These are benign and will cause reddening and then when the effect is gone, the eyes normalize. Of course there are a lot of toxic and dangerous chemicals which will do this - not a good idea. ...Read more
Sunburn: If you aren't protecting your eyes, the conjunctival can get irradiated by uv radiation. They get burned. If this is the case, lifting an eyelid will show no redness because the lid blocked the sunlight. ...Read more
Why?: Any irritant will do it. Why would you want do to so? ...Read more
Broad Answer: If you're looking for causes, there are a whole lot, with allergies, irritants and infection at the top of the list. If you're looking for fixes, that depends on the cause. Evaluation by a physician will narrow down the cause and help find a better, more specific treatment that can avoid unwanted side effects. ...Read more
Eye hygiene: The most common cause of bloodshot eyes is blepharitis, or inflammation of the eyelids. Often the lid margins are also red. Be sure to clean your eyelids well with terry-cloth towel and warm water every day. You may also have either dry-eye or allergy condition. See eye doctor if this persists. ...Read more
Some examples & tx's: "pink eye"-time & maybe antibiotic eye drops. If from allergies-tx w/ allergy med. If from subconjunctival hemorrhage (tiny broken blood vessel in 1 eye only)-heals on it's own w/in 2 wks. If from corneal abrasion or ulcer-need to see eye doc for tx. If from lack of sleep-sleep more. If from contacts-wear glasses more. If not improving w/ initial tx-pls see your doc. ...Read more
See ophthalmologist: Many diseases can cause chronic red eyes. Allergies, dry eyes and blepharitis are very common. You should see an ophthalmologist who can diagnose your problem and treat it accordingly. If you are a chronic user of visine or cleareye drops, that could be the cause too. Recommend stopping those drops and using a preservative free artificial tear instead. Good luck. ...Read more
Eye injection: Depends on the etiology of the injected eyes. With simple eye infection or allergic conunctivitis ther is quick resolution in a few days. Injected eyes caused by more complx problmem would take longer. These could include f.B. In the eye, systemic infections and do not forget kawasaki disease. ...Read more