Hi again Kredorish, first I do want to say that no one here is a doctor so our advice is from our own experience or knowledge.
An ophthalmologist is the eye specialist who has the computerized eye tests to see behind the eye, the nerves, blood vessels and measure pressure among other things. And of course this is related to the physical health of the eye.
What you're describing might be related to anxiety as well as eye strain from computer work (or games). Maybe it's a combination of both. In that case, anxiety needs to be controlled, of course.
I take medication for anxiety and I'm familiar with how anxiety can affect us physically. I feel you need to address both the physical symptoms as well as the mental. Normally our regular (family) doctor evaluates us and then will refer us to the proper specialist. What has your own doctor told you?
With the medication you're on, I don't think drinking alcohol is safe. and it might be making this problem worse for you. If you are spending your time online gaming, then I think you need to cut this time back drastically. This can create eye strain and migraines. If this is part of your job, then you need to speak to your manager and figure out a way to break up your screen time.
If you wear glasses, there are specialized lenses and tints that can soften the glare on the eyes and this is what an optometrist can help you with.
The unknown for me here is that I don't know why you're on the computer so much but if you can cut back, then that would help. Controlling the anxiety will help, too, with meds and therapy.
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