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Eye Strain & Floaters

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Eyestrain is a common condition that arises from prolonged use of the eyes, such as driving long distances or staring at computer screens and other digital devices, which can be bothersome. However, it is typically not severe and can be resolved by resting your eyes or taking additional steps to alleviate discomfort. Signs and symptoms of eyestrain may occasionally indicate an underlying eye condition that requires treatment. These include sore or burning eyes that are often tired, stinging, or itchy, watering eyes, double vision or blurred vision, headache, neck, shoulder, or back pain, increased light sensitivity, or concentration problems.
Although eye strain does not imply that your eyes are damaged, eye strain headaches can be disruptive and distracting, making it difficult to concentrate on work, school, or other tasks. Simple lifestyle adjustments can frequently reduce the frequency of your eye strain headaches. 
Watery eyes are one of the most common symptoms of eyestrain, caused by various events and conditions. The most common cause of recurrent watery eyes in babies is tear duct blockage, while in older adults, sagging skin of the eyelids can result in eye-watering. Additionally, allergies, viral infections (conjunctivitis), or inflammation can cause watery eyes over a few days. The cause of your watery eyes determines the optimal treatment. If you experience prolonged tearing, which can be linked to other serious issues such as vision loss, a wounded or scratched eye, redness, irritation, swelling, or pain in the eyes, unexplained bruising around the eye, severe headache, or watery eyes that do not improve on their own, please get in touch with our eye specialists. Our experts may prescribe eye drops and antibiotics or perform necessary surgical interventions to clear or repair blocked tear ducts or establish a new tear drainage system, depending on the severity of the problem.
Eye floaters, which appear as black or grey specks, strings, or cobwebs that move around as you move your eyes and disappear when you look at them directly, are common visual disturbances caused by changes in the vitreous fluid inside the eyes as you age. Microscopic fibres in the vitreous clump together and form small shadows on your retina, which are the floaters you see. Although they are usually not a cause for concern, the sudden onset of numerous floaters, an unexpected influx of new floaters, light flashes in the same eye as the floaters, or darkness on one or more sides of your vision (peripheral vision loss) may indicate a retinal tear or detachment, which is a potentially blinding condition that requires prompt attention. Our skilled team of doctors can provide the best treatment for eye floaters in India, addressing any underlying causes, such as diabetes-related bleeding or inflammation, as necessary. Most eye floaters do not require treatment, but if they interfere with your vision, our specialists may discuss surgical removal of the vitreous or laser treatment to break up the floaters in the vitreous. Our expertise, skill, and dedication to making a difference in people's lives enable us to provide India's best floaters in eye treatment.

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