Question: How Come When I Read My Eyes Hurt?

When your eyes hurt to move, it’s most likely due to eye strain.

It could also be because of a sinus infection or injury.

Common causes of eyes that hurt to move include: eye injury.

What are the symptoms of eye strain?

Eyestrain signs and symptoms include:

  • Sore, tired, burning or itching eyes.
  • Watery or dry eyes.
  • Blurred or double vision.
  • Headache.
  • Sore neck, shoulders or back.
  • Increased sensitivity to light.
  • Difficulty concentrating.
  • Feeling that you cannot keep your eyes open.

Why do I feel pressure in my eyes?

Even glaucoma, which is caused by a buildup of pressure inside the eye, doesn’t cause a feeling of pressure. Pressure behind the eyes feels like fullness or a stretching sensation inside the eye. Keep reading to learn more about pressure behind the eye and its possible causes and treatments.

Does reading a lot hurt your eyes?

Some people are concerned that they should not read too much because it will wear out their eyes. Although extensive or prolonged reading of fine print can cause eye strain, there is no evidence to suggest that it will damage or wear out your eyes.