Pain Behind Your Eye. Common causes of pain behind the eyes are migraine headaches and sinus infections. In the case of a migraine headache, the pain almost always is behind only one eye and often is accompanied by pain elsewhere on the same side of the head.
Also asked, what do you do if your eye hurts?
Eye drops such as artificial tears can be found at most pharmacies. If the pain is caused by debris in your eye, gently flush the eye with sterile water or saline. You can buy saline solution for your eyes at most drugstores. A warm compress may help ease the pain and inflammation caused by a stye or eyelid infection.
Can stress and anxiety cause eye pain?
Anxiety May Cause Eye Pain. Anxiety and the eye are not often connected. Your eyes are directly connected to an area of your brain that is generally less affected by hormones and neurotransmitters. Some people's eyes get dizzy or blurry during times of intense stress, but most people do not experience eye symptoms.
What causes pain in eyeball?
Glaucoma: This family of conditions causes fluid to build up in your eye. That puts pressure on your optic nerve. But a type called acute angle-closure glaucoma causes pressure inside your eye to rise suddenly. Symptoms include severe eye pain, nausea and vomiting, headache, and worsening vision.