Recently, me and my whole family found that I was blinking weirdly. For some reason, whenever I get a bit tired or so, I would do frequent blinks or longer than normal blinks, everyone I meet has gone on and on about it and I thought I should see if there is anything wrong with me.
Also, whenever there is air conditioning on in a room, I find it very hard to keep my eyes open in the cool rising air. I wear glasses as I cannot see detail in thing far away. But I also look at computer screens for many hours a day, and I was recommended to only wear the glasses if I needed too (i.e. when watching TV, Movies...)
Please help, I don't know wether I need to wear my glasses more often or if I should wear them more often, if my blinking when tired is weird.
Also, for general purposes, I am a male in my early teens.
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