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Tinted Blue

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 23, 2006
  • 06:56 PM

Hello,

I've been trying to find some information about this just recently, and having a problem finding anything about it. It started recently, I've noticed, that after I doze off and wake up, there is a shade of blue to everything, and after "experimenting" with it somewhat today, the blue color becomes more darker, not as faint. It doesn't last long, as the other colors do fade back in. The longest it has stayed before it cleared up was up to a minute.

There isn't any discomfort, pain, or anything of the such.. just seeing things in a different color than what I seen them as before.

So I am also wondering, is this directly related to the eye itself, or how the brain is reading/seeing it. Do the certain receptors start responding to light before others, or are certain colors picked up first?



Any idea on this would be great, or any links, and suggestions.



Thanks

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  • Hmm, maybe it has to do with the room you are sleepin..your eyes got used to the "colors" which circulate in the room, or it can be that you went into deep sleep and after waking up, you just felt very like itz blurry..and instead of seeing dark 1st, you saw blue ( blue and dark are quite similar for visions= color blindness). but if this persists, maybe you can get a professional advice from an optician.
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  • Hi How are you? Right now Im in my Clinical Anatonmy of the visual system. I know that means nothing to you, but I learned the other day.That your eyes see Blue, Green, Red of the main colors you see. Well when you close your eyes you see dots (thats normal). Color blind you will see Red and Green colors. I hope this helps you any.
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  • Viagra also causes blue vision
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 10:11 PM
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