mixed astigmatism/ binocular vision problems
I am writing this post as for around the past 4years I have had problems with my eyes.. not the vision side, I've had the tests for that and my vision is good, also they said I don't need glasses but I got some just mainly for reading and when my eyes get tired.
What they said was that i have mixed astigatism (where my right eyes astigmatism is a little worse then the left but the both have it too some degree, just slightly more in the right eye).
The problem I have been having is a comfort issue more than anything, over the past few years I have noticed my eyes often feeling tired, even after a good sleep and proper nutrition ( I'm quiet a health freak so good with that). Upon noticing this I have tried too work out a way too relieve some of this, and i realized that my left eye (the one with a lesser degree of astigmatism) is definitely my stronger eye (dominate eye) which i seem too use a lot more and gets tired out. So basically both eyes don't work very good together (binocular vision).
This extra use of the left eye has left my right eyebrow lower down than my left eyebrow and seems too put my off balance slightly and i do walk slightly leaning too one side and often tilt my head too one side.. being in too fitness this has lead too unbalanced symetrical muscle on either side ( not enough for anyone too really notice, just I can feel it in many ways and how my body rest.)
So basically this is my starting point on working on this.. So I have noticed it gets quiet abit worse when i'm tired, had a drink, or under stress/ anxiety. or even the sertraline which i have recently started taking seems too be exhagerating the condition. But also even when none of the both and I can feel my left eye straining from over use this makes me anxious as I'm pretty sure other people can tell theres something so it's one big cycle that I can't seem too crack by myself.
So I was hoping maybe someone on here can relate too any of this and may be able too enlighten me a little further?? and or maybe any tips on improving binocular vision. thanks in advance!