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Headache and Eye-A Mutual Relationship Volume 3 - Issue 1

Pratyush Dhakal* and Amrita Samanta

  • Carl Zeiss India (Bangalore), India

Received:May 30, 2020;   Published:June 04, 2020

Corresponding author: Pratyush Dhakal, Center for Application Research in India, Carl Zeiss India (Bangalore) Pvt Ltd, Bangalore, India

DOI: 10.32474/TOOAJ.2020.03.000151


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Headache is probably the commonest neurological complaint worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1.7-4% of the adult population of the world have headaches on 15 or more days every month. Sometimes these symptoms are misunderstood and confused with Migraine Attacks or with normal tension headaches. It is also one of the commonest problems because of which people come for a glass/eye check-up. Very often the belief is that a change of eye power is the reason for headaches. Students who constantly keep reading books or keep doing their academic exercises have more chances to suffer from eye related problems like Eye strain, Fatigue, Eye pain, Headache etc. When a patient comes to you with complaints like headache after some continuous reading it is important to be able to distinguish if it is related to the eyes or not.

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