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How Long Does It Usually Take To Recover From Eye Strain
It depends on...: ...The cause. Eye strain from dry eyes can recover within minutes of lubricating the eyes or resting them. Strain brought about from an uncorrected need for glasses will not disappear until the you have your vision corrected. It is a good idea to see your eye doctor if you have continued eye strain, to determine whether you need computer glasses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Variable : Computer eye strain is very common complaint now a days. Also called video or terminal display syndrome results from prolong focus on an electronic display. Usually symptoms of dryness, burning, stinging, fatigue , and blurriness are present. Take frequent breaks, and look away at distant objects. Use artificial tears. Close your eyes for a few minutes are a few suggestions. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Jabd uppr part of eyelid when closed by bone part w mu brush. Could the upper bone area take longer to heal since it wasn't actual eyeball? Strain 9dy
How long does vestibular neuronitis take to resolve itself? I am on week 4 and am left with eye strain and dizziness with eye movements and just fogg
Comments: Most cases of vestibular neuronitis (labyrinthitis) of viral origin should be fully resolved over 4-6 weeks. Further persistence of symptoms raises question of a different diagnosis. Maybe you need to have an otolaryngological visit if not better soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on the cause: Eye strain caused by the need for glasses will not go away until your eyes are properly corrected. The actual strain can last for minutes to hours after you stop straining your eyes. If you have a persistent discomfort no matter what you do, you should have an examination by your eye doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: But use appropriate light and don't sizes. ...Read more
My name's Julie. I got my glasses 2day.I've had to wear my old ones longer than needed. I still have eye strain. Is it from the old or new glasses?
May need glasses: If you have 20/20 vision, then the only thing you need to help reduce eye strain maybe is possibly lubricating drops without preservatives. If you don't have 20/20 vision, then you need to have your best corrected vision done, which may or may not require prescription glasses to help reduce eyestrain. Llubricating drops without preservatives are always helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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