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... Hi. I also get the neck pain which causes me to get headaches and wierd vision. It's not exactly like snow, mine is more just slightly blurry or foggy. I also seem to get easily fatigued muscles. ... (3 replies)
Vision and anxiety
Aug 22, 2005
... I cant find much on the net. Im wanting to know, exactly what can anxiety do to your vision? ... (3 replies)
Eyes and anxiety
Oct 23, 2008
... Sparkles can be caused by various things, and anxiety is one of them. The eyes contain the most sensitive blood vessels, and during times of heavy excercise, stress, and anxiety...when blood pressure rises, sparkles in vision can be present. ... (3 replies)

... Hello... i have severe anxiety and panic disorder. I have a horrible fear of dying not that I want to, but that I am going to from some horrible disease.I get fatigued so easily, and I stay dizzy. ... (3 replies)
Vision and anxiety
Aug 22, 2005
... I'd get floaters and flashers.... ... (3 replies)
... Has anyone noticed an association between anxiety attacks and fluorescent lighting? ... (3 replies)
... admitted to 20mg of citalopram. I've found that online i can see similar stories and share my own experiences with people knowing that i'm not alone,it reallydoes help! ... (5 replies)
Vision and anxiety
Aug 22, 2005
... I get floaters and flashes too. also ocular migraines. ... (3 replies)
... you should mention your anxiety and panic attacks whenever seeing anyone about your eyes, as vision problems are common from anxiety, tunnel vision and fading vision being 2 also some anxiety sufferers vision seems to change a lot from 1 day to the next (2 replies)
... of my body weight. Family and friends wondered if I was anorexic. And I wondered that too. Anxiety is an awful thing. ... (10 replies)
... but i read it's common that while being anxious the vision is more blurry. ... (4 replies)
... When you wear your glasses you see fine and your vision isn't blurry? ... (4 replies)
... r old male. Long history of GAD, OCD, Hypochondria, panic attacks, tourettes, etc just to name a few. I also have chronic sinusitis, allergic rhinitism GERD, IBS and cervical arthitis and a bone spur at C4 and C5. I take Ativan and Atenolol regularly as well as Prevacid. I do not drink or smoke. ... (1 replies)
... taximom, you're the second person i've heard call them floaters, just seems like such a funny word. But i don't think thats anxiety related. everyone has it cuz they're just pieces of tissue from the inside of your eye, floating around inside your eye. ... (9 replies)
... About 2 months ago I developed numbness in my left little finger and lower arm and hand. This then spread to my left back, neck and forehead and around the eyes. These symptoms got worse in the shower but seemed unaffected by being generally hot otherwise. ... (6 replies)
... I am so glad I read this topic. Vision problems can occur because of anxiety? ... (9 replies)
... Well, along with this weakness, I was having a blind spot in my vision which is normal for me when I'm getting a migraine, but it was very, very small and it was constant. I was getting some migraines on and off for a week but not every day. However, the blind spot thing has been everyday. ... (2 replies)
Vision Problems.
Nov 6, 2006
... Since my anxiety has begun, I have increasingly noticed vision problems. I am on medication but I noticed these difficulties beforehand. Sometimes when I am talking to someone, I can't quite focus on their face. ... (2 replies)
... This is my story and my truth...I'm sharing this very personal and trying time in my life . Be patient reading this it will make sense as far as the anxiety a little later on in the story! ... (0 replies)
... Well I've had this anxiety disorder for about 7 months now and it's getting a little better. It comes and goes and is there every day but i'm past the panic attacks. I still do get panicky though just not have a full blown attack. ... (2 replies)




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