I have Computer vision syndrome, pain in shoulder, head, nerves?
Hi..I am a software engineer so have to sit with laptop for long time. Recently I got my eyes tested and was told that I have”Computer vision syndrome” and my eye muscles are week and was advised to take some eye exercises along with eye drops.
From the last 3 weeks I and have:
— Stiff neck with mild pain in my right shoulder. (pain is not such that hinders my day today work, able to move my arm freely)
— heaviness in head just above the part where skull begins.
— heaviness and feeling like some nerve is compressing when lying flat on the bed.
— mild pain on top of head and temples(portion above ears) especially when I work on laptop — this is not regular pain.
Also recently I had all my blood tests and all were normal.
Kindly suggest your opinion for the same.
these are signs of nerve compression in neck region of the spine. this may occur due to prolonged usage of laptop.
get xray/mri done to see whats wrong.
physiotherapy,exercises will help.
THIS OCCURS MAINLY DUE TO WEAK MUSCLES AND NERVES IN THIS REGION DUE TO LOSS OF MUSCLE TONE. PROLONGED USE OF THESE MUSCLES SUPPORTING THE SPINE IS THE REASON. YOU SHOULD TRY CHABGING POSITIONS FREQUENTLY. DO STRETCHING EXERCISES AFTER EVERY HOUR AT WORK