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Can lack of sleep cause eye strain?

I went to bed in middle night last night. And this morning, my eyes are strained. Can lack of sleep cause eye strain?
11/09/2012
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  • MIRIAM

    Well, maybe yes, lack of sleep can cause eye strain. In my opinion, if do not get enough sleep, your eyes also do not get enough time to rest. And then, in this way, your eyes can get dry more easily. And sometimes, when we are lack of sleep, the whole body suffers more dehydration in general, so this is also link to make your eyes to be dry. When your eyes be dry, it is likely to increase the eye strains on your eyes, when they are working. So it can lead to eye strain in a long term. To solve the problem, the first thing you should do is to have a good rest and make your eyes have good rest. And also, you can take some eye drops to your eyes too.
    11/09/2012
  • eisenstiefel

    Yes, lack of sleep can cause eye strain. Under such circumstance, you can massage the ocular region to relieve the eye strain. As a matter of fact, you can relieve eye strain by mediating diets. Eating more blueberries and cheeses not only helps make your pupil beautiful, but also relieve eye strain effectively because blueberries contain blue pigment, named cyanidin, which promotes the blood circulation of the ocular region and sustaining the normal eye pressure while the vitamin B in the dairy product has an effect of diminishing ocular hyperemia and nubecula. In addition, intaking more vitamin A and carotene helps protect eyes. Also, seafood, unrefined grain, fish benefit eyes because they contain plenty of mineral substances such as zinc, Se, etc.
    11/12/2012
  • Bernadette Korey

    Yes, it could cause that. Eye fatigue or eye strain is a common eye condition, which is associated with uncomfortable and annoying symptoms, such as sore or irritated eyes, dry or watery eyes, sensitivity to light, blurred vision. And one of the main causes is sleep deprivation that could reduce your productivity. Due to the eyes are replenished with essential nutrients, that is to say, eyes like battery, which also need to be charging. Without taking enough length hours of sleep, your eyes could not close and absorb these nutrients to recovery energy. At the same time, lack of sleep may result in persistent eye irritation.
    11/13/2012
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