Psychosimatics. Eyes

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Do you have eye pain, vision problems that cannot be cured? Perhaps this is due to psychosomatics?

Wondering why your eye twitches or how to get rid of barley? Or how long will your pink eye last and is it contagious? Or maybe you have cataracts, glaucoma, or macular degeneration and need more information about your eye condition.

However, psychosomatics of the eye often occurs when the disease is associated with concomitant emotional experiences. 

Psychosomatics of eye disease is treated only after passing diagnostics and identifying the causes of the disease. Only by knowing what causes such a reaction can an effective treatment be prescribed. 

Diagnostics and treatment of eye diseases at Altimed MC

To understand your psychosomatics astigmatism or psychosomatics farsightedness, it is necessary to conduct an examination. We suggest that you do this non-invasively, while obtaining reliable results. 

Functional screening and ATM Vega Test are deeper types of diagnostics, with the help of which we learn about the functionality of the body and the reason that causes visual impairment. This is often associated with psychosomatics.

Eye diseases caused by psychosomatics

Stress affects us mentally and physically, but did you know that it can affect our eyesight?

When we are under severe stress and anxiety, high levels of adrenaline in the body can put pressure on our eyes, resulting in blurred vision. People with long-term anxiety may experience eye fatigue regularly throughout the day. If you become very sensitive to any slight movement, over time, straining your other senses can cause muscle tension and headaches.

There are four types of major eye problems. Most of them are psychosomatics of vision. 

1. Eye infections

They can be caused by bacteria, fungi, or viruses. Infections can occur in different parts of the eye and affect only one eye or both. In a condition such as infectious conjunctivitis, the infection can easily spread from one eye to the other or from one person to another. Moreover, if the eyes itch, the psychosomatics may be the cause. 

Signs of an eye infection include eye pain and discharge, foreign body sensation in the eye, redness of the eye or eyelids, and, in some cases, decreased vision.

These are the most common eye infections:

  • Conjunctivitis, more commonly known as pink eye, is an infection of the mucous membrane that covers the front of the eye and the lining of the inside of the eyelids. These infections can be caused by both bacteria and viruses.
  • Inflammation of the eyelids, also known as blepharitis, is inflammation of the eyelash follicles. But it is worth considering the conjunctivitis of psychosomatics, especially if recently your vision of the world has been negative. 
  • Barley is a red, painful lump on the eyelid caused by a bacterial infection of the sebaceous glands. Barley psychosomatics – when a person does not want someone or something to see. 

2. Genetically inherited vision problems

Some vision problems are inherited. Inherited vision problems can include glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and cataracts. These three conditions usually develop in older adults, but a family history of the condition does increase the risk of these eye problems. Sometimes these eye diseases can affect children as well.

Glaucoma, a condition in which pressure inside the eye causes damage to the optic nerve, can lead to loss of vision and permanent blindness.

Cataracts are clouding of the lens of the eye that can cause loss of vision and is the leading cause of blindness worldwide. The cataract can usually be removed and replaced with an artificial lens. Cataract psychosomatics is when a person cannot, does not want to look to the future with joy.

Strabismus is a condition in which the eyes look in different directions and can affect one in 20 children. They can be easily corrected with surgery. So-called “refractive errors”, which include myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism, can develop with age, but sometimes babies are born with these vision problems. Psychosomatics strabismus – crossed goals, unwillingness to see further.

3. Eye problems associated with other conditions

Eye problems associated with other conditions.

An example of this is diabetic retinopathy, a complication of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Retinal blood vessels are damaged if diabetes is poorly controlled, which can ultimately lead to blindness. In fact, diabetic retinopathy is the sixth leading cause of blindness worldwide. Poor vision psychosomatics – unwillingness to see the world.

What causes stress-related eye problems?

When you are nervous, scared, or stressed, your body instinctively goes into what scientists call “fight-or-flight mode.” Your body will start producing hormones like adrenaline that increase your heart rate, and your brain will direct more blood to important functions like internal organs and less blood to your extremities.

The reason your body takes these actions is to protect you. Your brain detects a threat when you are worried about something, so its response is to prepare to either fight the threat or flee from it. While it is a great response to a physical hazard such as an intruder in the home or a dangerous animal, it does not help most stressful issues, such as an argument with a spouse or a large project at work.

While your brain’s stress response doesn’t help with non-physical problems, it does. When you’re in combat or flight mode, your eyes can get hurt because your brain is causing your pupils to dilate. The idea behind this answer is to direct more light into your eyes so you can see any potential threats more clearly.

However, when you are under stress for a long time, the constant expansion makes you sensitive to light and can cause serious eye strain. Also, when you are very tense, like many stressed people, the muscles around your eyes can tense, causing twitching and soreness.

When do i need to contact MC Altimed?

If you are going through a stressful period in your life, you may be feeling the effects of stress. Maybe you are grumpy, tired and nervous, or maybe you are constantly craving for soothing food, no matter how unhealthy it may be.

However, did you know that stress can also affect your eyes? During these difficult times, when your life seems too busy or difficult, your eyes can pay the price, just like the rest of your body. Learn what eye symptoms can occur as a result of excessive stress and what to do about them.

Symptoms of stress-related visual impairment:

  1. Sensitive to light and motion. Light can damage your eyes or make it difficult to concentrate and focus. 
  2. Twitching of the eyes. The eyes may spasm randomly without pain but with discomfort. It may be a psychosomatic nervous tic after an emotional experience. 
  3. Very dry or very damp eyes; both can be a symptom, however, other problems can also be caused.
  4. Difficulty concentrating or concentrating. 

If you have additional symptoms, visit our Altimed Medical Center. Especially if you experience discomfort and a little pain due to the fact that the eyes feel tight and swollen, and tiny spots float in the field of view.

If you have any of these symptoms in the absence of other medical problems, the best option for you is getting enough rest, eating right, using meditation, or doing any stress-relieving exercise to help you relax. Taking a few minutes of conscious relaxation will help your body calm down.

Most stress-related vision problems are temporary, but be sure to see a specialist if you have persistent symptoms.

Stress is a common response to the demands of everyday life. It can be an overwhelming feeling that can cause other problems such as emotional exhaustion, mental health problems.

Psychosomatics eye inflammation happens to many who overwork a lot, but the right approach to treatment will help eliminate these problems. 

How is the treatment of psychosomatics of the eyes at Altimed MC?

If you have watery eyes, psychosomatics may be the cause, and you may also have other eye diseases that we help treat. We use effective devices of the Helper series – electromagnetic therapy that eliminates the symptoms and the cause of the disease. 

Based on the diagnostic results obtained, our specialists will select the most effective treatment for you. 

In our clinic, we use transcranial magnetic stimulation, which helps to cope with illness caused by psychosomatic causes. In our clinic, we use the ATM TR device; for home use, you can buy Helper ML.

Why is it worth choosing MC Altimed for treatment of eye diseases associated with psychosomatics?

Our medical center in Kiev offers a modern approach to the treatment of psychosomatic eye diseases. Our advantages are as follows:

  1. Certified equipment of our own production. 
  2. Affordable prices. 
  3. Experienced professionals.
  4. Effective treatment and fast painless diagnostics.

Sign up for a consultation at 0-800-600-0-80.

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