Blurred vision headache
Headaches may be because for any number of reasons including, namely sinus conditions, hypertension, allergies, tumors, hormonal changes, and most frequently, stress. They are not generally associated with problems related to the eyes.
Eye-related headaches usually occur after extended periods of reading, watching television, computer work, or other close work that requires intense concentration. This type of headache generally disappears after a period of rest.
In several cases, headaches may be caused by eyestrain related to eyeglasses. A tendency for the eyes to cross or drift outward might also bring on headaches. One eye problem known to cause an intense headache is angle-closure glaucoma.
With this type of glaucoma, the headache is only part of the problem. Patients suffering from an angle-closure attack also may experience nausea, intense pain around the eye, blurred vision, and haloes around lights.
Causes of headaches
Headaches are generally caused by eye disease are unique in their symptoms and types of pain. It is important to make detailed notes of your symptoms, type of pain, lifestyle and what you were doing when the headache began. This information's can be very helpful to the physician to diagnose the type and cause of the headache you are experiencing. The symptoms that