Strained, watery, burning eyes and clogged nose

Discussion in 'Eye-Care' started by Jinxy, Feb 21, 2005.

  1. Jinxy

    Jinxy Guest

    Hi all,

    I'm a little concerned about my eyes recently. This past week my eyes have
    felt extremely strained to the point of not wanting to look at anything.
    (feel like just closing my eyes) Looking upwards is real bad and of course
    looking at the TV or computer has been terrible. It starts first thing in
    the morning and continues throughout the day/night, although it can stop for
    awhile (a couple of hrs) then it comes back. I have no blurred vision but
    when driving or walking through a store my eyes are straining and get

    I am nearsighted and have Astigmatism in one eye and do wear glasses. I
    started wearing clip on sunglasses in the house this past week so the eyes
    wouldn't feel so strained. I also feel like my nose and surrounding area
    feels clogged and my eyes started burning this weekend as well as being
    watery. What is going on? I really don't think it's computer eye syndrome
    and I don't know if allergies cause eye straining?
    Jinxy, Feb 21, 2005
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  2. Jinxy

    Evaristo Guest

    If you continue with your very bad use of your eyes and with those
    bad practices (like glasses, sun glasses, not blinking, not resting
    your eyes) be prepared to a worsening of your situation and be
    prepared to a big group groping in the dark together with the so
    called "professionals".

    Strongly consider the methods of the natural eyes to restore normal
    sight. Usually the other symptoms will fade away as well.

    The point is that you lack of central fixation.
    Evaristo, Feb 21, 2005
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  3. Jinxy

    g.gatti Guest

    I am nearsighted and have Astigmatism in one eye and do wear glasses.
    Discard the glasses, learn to look at the sun.

    Your problems will soon wither away.
    g.gatti, Feb 21, 2005
  4. Jinxy

    Dom Guest

    There are quite a few possibilities for the cause of your symptoms. It
    sounds like the kind of thing better diagnosed by someone looking at your
    eyes rather than a description over a newsgroup. It may be conjunctivitis,
    allergies, dry eye, eye strain, or something else - all of which require
    different management. I'd make an appointment to get it checked properly.
    Dom, Feb 21, 2005
  5. Jinxy

    Dom Guest

    P.S. Jinxy: of course, DON'T look at the sun (as another poster suggested).
    Dom, Feb 21, 2005
  6. Jinxy

    g.gatti Guest

    Follow the wrong advice that has brought to you here, and continue.

    You will be cured quickly, isn't it?

    g.gatti, Feb 22, 2005
  7. Jinxy

    Evaristo Guest

    Why should one not GRADUALLY LEARN to look at the sun ?

    Please explain.

    The fact is that in learning to look at the sun your eyes get
    accustomed to strong light and become stronger. In this
    way they will strain less in other circumstances too, because
    it is impossible to look at the sun and strain at the same
    time, is the worst unfavorable condition and if you have
    the mental control over your central fixation to look at the
    sun, you can see everything without straining to see.
    Evaristo, Feb 22, 2005
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    Dr Judy Guest

    If it is worse in dusty, poor air quality places like malls and your nose
    and sinus area is affected then you are either coming down with a cold or
    you have allergies. This time of year molds are in the air as the snow
    melts and some trees (willow, birch, poplar families) are starting to bloom.

    Dr Judy
    Dr Judy, Feb 22, 2005
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