Well, generally speaking, when you have high eye pressure, it will result in many symptoms in your eyes. For example, it will make your eyes feel stressed, tired. And that can lead to eye strain. Also, in some cases, it will make you look bloodshot and red. By the way, it can lead to headache too. All these symptoms can remind you to notice your high eye pressure. So you should try some ways to control your high eye pressure. First, regular exercise will help reduce the pressure, so just have some eye exercises. Also, you can just try some cool teabags which can relieve your eye pressure in some ways. You can sip fluids all the time. By sipping small amounts of fluids constantly, it will keep eye pressure from increasing too much. Finally, some eye drops can be effective too.
If our body produces too much fluid or the drainage canal is blocked the pressure that the fluid exerts on the rest of the eyeball would grows too high. Actually, you will not feel pain and your eyes won't be red. However, if you don't treat it in time, you may suffer from blur vision. The safest way is to have your vision checked every year. During an eye checkup, ophthalmologist can check your eye pressure.
Usually it is hard to find out whether one people has high eye pressure or not. Because there is no outward signs or obvious symptoms of ocular hypertention. You don't feel pain in eyes and there is no bloodshot. You have to a series of complicated examination and the doctor will measure your intraocular pressure and compare it with the normal standard. Although it develops no symptoms, yet it will develops to glaucoma, which could cause blindness. So usually oculists will prescript some eye drops to lower the pressure or monitor the IOP. Once the IOP is too high, oculists might suggest patient to have a surgery.