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Tired Eyes Treatment

Asthenopia or ocular weariness is commonly known as tired eyes, eye fatigue and eye strain. It is a quite common but uncomfortable condition in which you may feel tired, burning, heavy or sore.
These sensations usually develop after prolonged or intense use of your eye muscles that control your eye movements, such as:

  • Focusing or staring at a book for too long
  • Extended use of digital devices
  • Excessive or too bright lighting
  • Driving
  • Writing

If you have dry eyes or a vision problem but don’t wear corrective lenses, you may be more prone to eye strain. Eye strain is usually alleviated by resting your eyes and ensuring that they are in healthy condition.
However, it is important to understand that eye strain is a symptom, not a medical condition. While it can be annoying, it is usually not serious and disappears once your eyes are rested.

Causes Of Tired Eyes

Eye strain is a widespread problem that affects people all across the world. This is because we are increasingly relying on computer screens and digital input methods to work, learn, and play. There are a variety of factors behind that tired look:

  • Sleep deprivation
  • Working in dim light or glare from bright lights causes eye strain.
  • Long durations of time spent staring at digital screens
  • Driving for long periods of time
  • Spending time outside without proper eye protection such as wearing sunglasses.
  • Reading, writing, sewing, and other tasks that require long periods of visual focus.

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Signs And Symptoms Of Tired Eyes

Depending on the reason and any underlying eye conditions, asthenopia symptoms might differ from person to person. The following are the most common signs and symptoms:

  • Blurred or double vision
  • Watery or dry eyes
  • Under Eye Dark Circles and Pigmentation
  • Itching or burning eyes
  • Squinting
  • Eye Wrinkles and Fines Lines Around Them
  • Bloodshot Eyes
  • Itchy or Sore Eyes
  • Puffy Eyes
  • Pain in the shoulder, back, or neck
  • Poor Concentration
  • Eye Twitching
  • Tightness of the temples, forehead, brow area, or back of the head
  • Sensitivity to too bright or dim lights
  • Pain Around Your Eyes

The above symptoms can usually last for a few minutes. However, if you do not rest them, these can persist for several hours. Moreover, these can also lower your productivity, and if you do not take measures to prevent or treat them, your symptoms can become worse.

Tear Trough Fillers

Puffy eyes and under eye dark circles are major signs of tired eyes. These can result from a lack of restful sleep or emotional stress. This can be easily treated with dermal fillers that reduce heavy eye bags and dark circles and improve eye wrinkles.

Doctors at CosmeDocs use non-surgical tear trough fillers, using a cannula to minimize the tired eyes look. The fillers rejuvenate your eye area and reduce the appearance of sunken, sad, or hollow eyes, making them look brighter and more alert.
Benefits of Tear Trough Fillers:

  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes
  • Reduces the appearance of dark circles under the eyes
  • Collagen production and skin quality are improved
  • Refreshes tired eyes
  • Treatment that is quick and effective
  • No lengthy recovery periods

Cosmetic Treatment Solutions for Tired Eyes

Aside from health risks, tired and stressed-out eyes also look unattractive and may even give an aged look. However, there is a range of holistic treatments to refresh and refresh your look.
These treatments range from non-surgical treatments to surgical alternatives that offer visible and quick results and will help you take years off of your face.

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Chemical Peel

Chemical peels, like laser resurfacing, can enhance your skin tone and improve the appearance of fine wrinkles.
A layer of skin-friendly acids helps to refresh your tired skin in this non-invasive therapy. This causes the skin to peel off, removing debris and dead skin to promote skin regeneration.
Peels improve the texture and appearance of the skin around the eyes. Also, this skin treatment can be combined with fillers to get desired results.
Benefits of Chemical Peels:

  • It Improves the look of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes
  • It helps to reduce hyperpigmentation and the appearance of dark circles
  • Encourages the growth of new cells and production of collagen

Botox Injections

Botox is the most effective non-invasive treatment for smoothing creases around the eyes, such as crow’s feet and frown lines, that makes you look fatigued. Botox works by relaxing the muscles around your eyes; as a result, wrinkles and fine lines are minimized as well.
The overall result is skin that appears tighter and younger, and refreshed.

Cosmeceuticals To Fight Under Eye Dark Circles

Topical creams containing skin lightening agents such as hydroquinone, kojic acid, and glycolic acid can help to reduce the appearance of your dark circles.

Also, you can use products with anti-ageing benefits such as Vitamin C and Peptides.
Benefits of Topical Treatments for Dark Circles:

  • Non-surgical approach towards under eye dark circles
  • Effective ingredients can brighten and tone the under-eye skin
  • It helps to build collagen to restore a youthful appearance
  • It helps to build collagen to restore a youthful appearance
  • Less risky with no downtime required
  • Such treatments are available in low strength as well as high strength.

However, it is essential to consult your doctor before using these products under your eyes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Digital Eye Strain?

Digital gadgets can potentially cause eye strain because of glare or a lack of contrast between the type and the background. An inappropriate distance from the screen and poor lighting can also cause eye strain.

How Is Eye Strain Diagnosed?

During a visit to your eye doctor’s office, your eye strain is diagnosed. Eye strain is diagnosed with a thorough eye exam and a review of your symptoms.

The following things will be discussed with your healthcare professional during this visit:

  • What are the indications and symptoms of tired eyes?
  • When do these symptoms appear, and what are you doing when they do?

The doctor may perform a physical exam to check for muscle imbalance and other vision-related conditions.

What Are Complications of Eye Strain?

If you continue to suffer from eye strain for long periods, it can pose serious safety and health risks. Moreover, it also affects your concentration levels and may bring down your overall productivity.

Additionally, a prolonged screen time exposes your eyes to blue light, which may prove to be hazardous for your vision in the long term. These include issues such as cataracts, disturbed sleep cycle etc.

How Effective Is Tear Trough Filler for Tired Eyes Treatment?

Tear trough fillers are relatively safe and quite effective in filling hollows of your eyes that can make you look tired. These fillers also help improve the appearance of fine lines around your eyes and give you a well-rested look.

The treatment results also vary from person to person, so it is crucial to set realistic goals. Moreover, the tear trough filler results are temporary and usually last about one year.

What Are the Side Effects of Tear Trough Fillers?

Fillers are generally safe and produce quick results, provided that you seek the services of a board-certified doctor. Some of the most common side effects of tear trough fillers procedure are:

  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Tenderness
  • Discomfort

These side effects are relatively temporary; soreness usually goes away the day following the treatment, and swelling usually lasts a few days.

How Effective Is Botox for Tired Eyes Treatment?

Botox injections work by relaxing the underlying target muscles, resulting in an improved look of wrinkles. You can expect to see visible results within a week after your treatment.

The treatment instantly refreshes your overall look without any serious risks or pain. Also, the effects last for 3 to 4 months, after which you may need to repeat the treatment.

What Are the Side Effects of Botox?

Like any other treatment, a Botox treatment may also have its side effects that can vary from one person to another. Droopy eyes and fat bulges at the injection site are possibly temporary side effects.

Also, you may experience slight pain after your treatment, but that goes away on its own.

Other side effects of Botox injection include:

  • Minimal Bruising
  • Slight swelling
  • Dizziness
  • Temporary Headaches
  • Teary Eyes

How Effective Is Chemical Peels for Tired Eyes Treatment?

Chemical peels exfoliate your skin deeply, eliminating dead and unhealthy skin cells and revealing the new, healthy skin beneath. Chemical peels are often effective when under-eye bags and dark circles form from thin skin around the eyes.

Your new skin is firmer and thicker after the peel treatment, and it is less likely to produce bags. The recovery period is four to seven days.

What Are the Side Effects of Chemical Peels for Tired Eyes Treatment?

Chemical peels can significantly improve the tone and texture of your under-eye skin. However, it is important to know that there may be slight stinging, redness or darkening or lightening of the skin. But this tends to go away on its own in a few days.

Is There a Way to Manage or Prevent My Eye Strain?

Tired eyes can be frustrating as it can affect your quality of life. Luckily, there are a variety of ways and means to prevent or at least manage your eye fatigue.

  • Take Breaks – 20-20-20 Rule

Take breaks from close work and look away from the computer screen to relax your eyes. Every 20 minutes, change your focus away from the activity. Focus on something 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds.

  • Lubricate Your Eyes

If your eyes begin to feel dry and irritated, using artificial tears can prevent any discomfort.

  • Adjust Your Lighting

Ensure your lighting is not too dim nor too bright depending upon your activity. Also make sure you position your light source correctly and avoid glare from digital screens.

  • Check The Air Around You
  • Eye strain can be caused by dry or polluted surroundings, as well as areas with fans and heating and cooling devices. You can:
  • Use a humidifier can help to enhance the air quality
  • Reduce the temperature of your heating and cooling system, and relocate to a location where the air quality is not dirty.
  • Protect Your Eyes from The Sun

Dark circles and wrinkles such as crow’s feet can be prevented or reduced by wearing UV-protective sunglasses that cover the eyes and applying sunscreen around the eyes.

  • Get A Restful Sleep and Avoid Stress

If you want to avoid or reduce signs of tired and weary eyes, you must consider getting a night of restful sleep. A sound slumber minimizes your chances of dark circles, puffy eyes, fine lines and wrinkles and also fights stress.

  • Get The Right Eyewear for Your Eyes

If you need glasses or contacts, consider investing in glasses or contact lenses. If you find it hard to read, write or look at digital screens, you may want to seek the help of an eye doctor. He will prescribe the right glasses or lens to carry out your normal activities without straining your eyes.

 

  • When Should I See a doctor?

If you are facing eye discomfort, headaches, or vision problems that don’t improve with self-care, make an appointment with your doctor.

Your symptoms may be linked to an issue such as an eye muscle imbalance or dry eye, which the doctor can rule out.

He can also identify if your prescription for glasses or contact lenses is up to date and suitable for computer use.

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