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I am suddenly and only occasionally, seeing vivid colors when I open my eyes, after having them closed for only a brief period.
The first time as I looked from the sun room into the dining room everything was outlined in a vivid dark blue--the doorway, table & chairs, light fixture, etc. A few days later I was at work, had shut my eyes for a few moments, when I opened them there was a man in my doorway and his hair & clothes were a vivid purple. T
here was no pain, just a few moments of shock. After blinking a few times my vision is normal.
What should i do?
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It seems you have some problems in visual perception which is called visual hallucination. It is caused by abnormal electrical waves that move through the visual part of the brain. There are many causes of it and the most common is migraine. Sometimes migraine is associated with visual hallucination called aura and they are many people who experienced aura without headache.
Other causes of this abnormal visual perception are:
2- Disturbed and low quality sleep
3- Anti depressant and anti anxiety medications
4- Systemic drug interaction
Another cause of abnormal visual perception is computer eye strain and visual fatigue especially if you work for a longtime on a high brightness monitor display. Try to adjust the brightness on your screen and give your eye time to relax. Try to use lubricant eye drops more frequently.