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My eyes seem a little blurry. I don't mean I see double.

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My eyes seem a little blurry. I don't mean I see double. It's more like I feel I might fall asleep, yet I am not sleepy and I did get enough sleep last night. My eyes are not that red. Right above my nose, where my nose and forehead meet, I have a headache. I also felt a little dizzy a while ago. But I do have anxiety. I took a Xanax pill and 2 Bayer aspirin tablets and feel a little bit better. Should I be alarmed? What could this be? Could it be caused by looking at the computer for a long time? Thank you.
Doctor DanB : Hello and thanks for your question. This doesn't sound worrisome and can definitely be a by-product of lots of computer use.
Doctor DanB : This type of symptom is very characteristic of a dry, overused eye and anytime we do visually intensive activities such as reading, computer or TV or driving, our eyes are open a lot more than normal (we blink less) and this can lead to the eyes being dry, irritated, and overworked. Does this make sense?

Yes, I guess.


I just get very nervous when things like this happen.


I was very close to calling the ambulance when I felt very dizzy about 25 minutes ago.

Doctor DanB : Oh gosh please don't call an ambulance for this. This sounds very benign and doesn't sound like it warrants that level of concern. I would recommend taking a break from visually-intense activities, going for a walk and using artificial tears 3-4x/day for the next few days.
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