Q. Suffering from nightmares, sleeping problem and headache. Can this be due to glaucoma?

Answered by Dr. Ananth S and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.

 

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Hi,

I am suffering from nightmares, sleeping disorder and one sided headache especialiy while reading or watching TV.

Can this be due to glaucoma? I did not check it with a doctor yet.


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Dr. Ananth S
MBBS., PHD., MD., ABPN
Andrology, Psychiatry, Psychologist/ Counsellor, Psychotherapy

Hi,

Nightmares indicate an anxiety disorder.

If you have flashbacks, anxiety attacks associated with the nightmares and if they are related to past abuse that you have been subjected to then you might be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Your one sided headaches especially while reading or watching TV sounds like a classic case of migraine. You should check your vision.

Have a full psychiatric evaluation done by a psychiatrist.

 
 
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