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Does too much crying cause blurry vision?

Now my vision is blurry and foggy and my eyes are sore.I am not sure what causes the problem.I was crying for 2 hours in the morning and riding coller coasters all day. What can I do to relieve this?
05/09/2012
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  • creationfest

    Yes. Too much cry may lead to blurry vision. Besides, crying a lot also led to redness and swelling eyes. Some people crying too much even experience headaches. But it is not a big problem. Just stop cry and use some warm compress on your eyes. It can ease the symptoms caused by crying. Besides, just put sad things aside, you will recover soon. Good wishes to you.
    03/06/2013
  • erinpoo130

    Well, yes, in my opinion, too much crying can just cause blurry vision in some degree. And generally speaking, crying too much will just make your eyes lose too much water. And in that way, your eyes will be dry. And then, some eye problems may occur. For example, blurry vision, sore eyes can just be possible. Also, redness in eyes and swelling eyes can occur too. For your situation, you need to use some warm compresses on your eyes. In that way, it will just relieve your symptoms.
    04/02/2013
  • Kaylee tuener

    When you cry a lot, your eyes will get irritated and then you will get redness and swelling in your eyes.Sometimes you may get blurry vision. But I am not sure whether the blurry vision is caused by too much crying. If you have got blurry vision, you really should see a doctor to have your eyes checked.
    05/09/2012
  • croatiadiary

    Your blurry vision may be due to dry eyes as you cried a lot and rode coller coasters all day.You can try to use eye drops for dry eyes to see if it help.If it still exits,you may need to see the doctor.
    05/09/2012
  • Jose joyce

    Of course, tears themselves cause blurry vision, but I believe you're referring to a residual status after the crying has ceased. A number of reasonable, benign explanations exist. If there is no associated headache, progression of severity, or development of other symptoms-red flags- you should have nothing to worry about. If this experience worsens, talk to your doc! And please don't cry!
    06/04/2015
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