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Constant heaviness in head and eyes. Not able to do anything. What is the reason?

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for the past few days i have constant heaviness in my head and eyes since morning to late evening......yesterday i slept whole day thinking it to be related to fatigue or due to lack of rest but the problem still persists....i am not able to study and dont feel like doing anything.........what can be the possible reason for this????
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
as you have heavyness in head and eye . but you didnt mention your age. it would be better to understand if had mention your age.
though you should go for your blood pressure examination . if the blood pressure is normal.
you should go for eye checkup
so i will advise first you should go for both the examination , then we will be able to decide the cause of heavyness
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Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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