Blurred Vision

If you are experiencing blurry vision when looking at far away objects such as sign boards or advertising displays or struggling to read things that are up close so it’s better to get your eyes checked out by a doctor or eye specialist.

Most common causes:
Refractive errors – myopia, hyperopia and presbyopia.

But it may also indicate many other impairments

Eye strain

Working on digital displays for long hours without eyes protection or struggling in driving at heavy lights for long distances are main (but not only) causes for eye strain. Symptoms of eye strain for people with pre-existing vision conditions such as astigmatism (blurred vision), myopia (nearsightedness) or hyperopia (farsightedness) can be worse.

Poor Night Vision and Driving

Do you have trouble seeing well at night?

Most people noticing this problem when driving at low light condition. They face more-than-normal difficulty seeing in twilight or at night. If you also encounter the same then, you may need to request your ophthalmologist to test it.

Although Poor night vision usually affect people as they age (after 40s), but also can affect anyone at any age. The elder we get the more light required; we may need twice as much light in order to see like an average 30 years old. But it’s also possible that it can happen to anyone, at any age, even children as it can be a symptom of another medical problem.