Blurry Close-Up Vision
Blurry Distance Vision
Difficulty Seeing Close Up and Far Away
You may have an astigmatism, a very common condition. With astigmatism, the cornea is abnormally curved, causing your vision to be out of focus. The cause is unknown, but it is usually present from birth. It often occurs together with nearsightedness or farsightedness. Chat with a medical case manager today: 866-978-2573.
Difficulty Seeing At Night
Difficulty seeing at night is often referred to as night blindness, and is also known as impaired dark adaptation. With this condition, people typically see poorly in the dark, but normally when adequate amounts of light are present. A typical symptom is difficulty driving at night. Interestingly, the typical 50-year-old driver needs twice as much light to see as well after dark as a 30-year-old. Call 866-978-2573 for more information.
Difficulty Adjusting From Dark to Light Surroundings
The iris contains tiny muscles that control the size of the pupil. As you get older, these muscles weaken, affecting the eye’s ability to adjust when the intensity of light changes. This means it may take you a few moments to see normally after a surprise camera flash goes off in a dark room. http://patients.nuehealth.com/vision
Difficulty Working at a Computer
People who spend more than two hours on a computer each day may experience symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). Symptoms include headaches, focusing difficulties, burning eyes, tired eyes, general eyestrain, aching eyes, dry eyes, double vision, blurred vision, light sensitivity, and neck and shoulder pain.
Why? Characters displayed on a computer screen are made up of small dots called pixels. Each pixel is brightest in the center, with the brightness decreasing toward the outer edges, meaning the edges are not crisp, but wavy. The eyes will begin to strain after focusing on these wavy images over long periods of time.
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