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Get cross-eyed on zoning out upon something, difficulty in getting eyes back. Lazy eye?

WIthin the past two weeks, If I start zoning out while I m close up to something, say the computer, or even while waiting for a receipt to print at a cash register, I start going cross eyed. I can catch my self and bring my eyes back, but the urge to continue looking cross eyed remains for awhile (like the urge to fulfill a yawn). Am I developing a lazy eye or something? Why is this happening?
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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hello... i will need to know a few things about you before we draw any conclusion.
1. what is your age?
2. do you have spectacles...if yes what is it's power? do you use your specs regularly?
3.have u had squint(deviation of eye) before or in childhood? you do a lot of close work lik reading or lot of computer work?
You should get a dilated refraction done from an eye specialist if you are not using specs.
take rest in between if u do lot of close work.
work or read in proper illumination and avoid reading small print.
your eyes get tired and cant maintain balance so they tend to get crossed.
Answered: Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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