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When I look at the sunlight, I get really dizzy and my eyes start to strain. Is this normal?

When I look at the sunlight, I get really dizzy and my eyes start to strain. Is this normal?

Depends: There are many built in defenses against looking directly at sun, so you might be having an exaggeration of normal defense. If this happens every time and is not part of extraordinary sun gazing, you might consider having a visit with your ophthalmologist to see if there is any problem starting with your eyes. ...Read more

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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Dizziness (Definition)

Dizziness is a feeling of light headedness that includes loss of balance, vertigo, or the feeling as ...Read more


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Sun kill my eyes make me headache, dizzy and wet eyes but night time is fine. Is this an eye disease?

Sun kill my eyes make me headache, dizzy and wet eyes but night time is fine. Is this an eye disease?

Likely not: People can vary widely in their sensitivity to light. Fair skinned, blue-eyed people tend to be more sensitive, as a general rule. Wearing sunglasses is usually sufficient to ease the symptoms. If your symptoms are severe, though, i would recommend seeing an ophthalmologist to evaluate your eye health. ...Read more

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Why do I go dizzy and blurry eyes sometimes?

Why do I go dizzy and blurry eyes sometimes?

What is dizzy?: "dizzy" puts me in a tizzy! this word has no universal meaning. It is non-specific term representing a multitude of very different symptoms. You will never get a good answer to questions without better description of what you mean. ...Read more

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Why do I feel more dizzy in the dark or with my eyes closed?

Worsening balance: your balance is worse with eyes closed or at night because you removed one of the modalities responsible for maintaining an erect position. Using your peripheral nervous system and inner ear to assess if your upright or not.this provides the sensation of dizziness or lightheadedness.this is a normal situation seen at your age. If the changes are severe, then you need to see your doctor. ...Read more

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I sometimes get prisms around my eyes and feel slightly dizzy?

I sometimes get prisms around my eyes and feel slightly dizzy?

Migraine?: Your visual description sounds like an aura of migraine. Your dizziness is somewhat concerning during these visual episodes and possibly represent a vestibular migraine variant. . I recommend making an appointment with an ophthalmologist first to rule out any eye problems. It may be necessary to see a neurologist thereafter to assess your symptoms. ...Read more

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What can be done tto relieve severe dizziness? Patient cnt even open eyes and medical help is far away.

What can be done tto relieve severe dizziness? Patient cnt even open eyes and medical help is far away.

Dizzy: A feeling of dizziness can be due to (in order of most common): dehydration, infection (virus: though usually have fever) diabetes, other endocrine or autoimmune condition, vertigo, menieres disease, tumor. See your md to be sure there your blood pressure and all other blood counts are normal. If so, see ent. ...Read more

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Why do I get dizzy when i lay on my right side for about 5 minutes. It is worse when i open and close my eyes?

Why do I get dizzy when i lay on my right side for about 5 minutes. It is worse when i open and close my eyes?

Blood pressure: This may relate to changes in blood pressure when you move or it may be your inner ear giving you the problem when moving. Either way--a visit to your internist should get you on the right path to figuring this out. ...Read more

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Been having dizziness when I turn my head when laying down and when I close my eyes in shower. What could this be?

Been having dizziness when I turn my head when laying down and when I close my eyes in shower. What could this be?

Inner ear imbalance: Your dizziness sounds like it could be coming from an inner ear imbalance. You would likely benefit from seeing an Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) specialist. ...Read more