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Pressure sensation underneath eyes affecting sight, focus. Could it be due to lack of sleep, stress?

Hi, I have been having these weird sensations underneath my eyes. It s like it feels very pressuring, then it releases, and cracks, then moves to my bridge of my nose . It also stops for awhile then comes back. It causes me to have anxieties, messes with my eye sight and focus. I had a check up earlier this year and they say I am fine with my blood and health. Could it be me stressing and it causes more pressure with lack of sleep about almost 5 half hours of night?
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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The symptoms you have mentioned here like pressure around the eyes indicate tension head ache. You have further mentioned that the symptoms becomes worse with lack of sleep which further confirm the point.
The symptoms are not related with eye problem. Hence I advice you to consult physician for further evaluation and treatment.
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Answered: Sat, 24 Aug 2013
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