- 1 Blurred Vision
- 1.1 Causes of blurred vision
- 1.2 What should I do if my vision becomes unclear?
Unclear vision is a common problem, from which thousands of people suffer daily. This disorder can be caused by a variety of causes, sometimes it is associated with serious diseases, so it is best to consult a specialist.
Often blurred vision is accompanied by nausea, headache, fatigue, so it is better to understand what causes this condition and how this can be avoided.
If you see things badly, do not distinguish the faces of people, you can not read, the letters on the monitor screen blur before you, then you need to consult a doctor.
In this article, we will tell you what can be associated with fuzzy vision and how to cure it.
Causes of blurred vision
So, let us consider the possible causes of fuzzy vision and the most common symptoms with which it is accompanied.
Myopia and astigmatism
Because of these diseases, you can not see well what is right in front of you, and what is far away from you. In addition, because of this, everything that you see is blurred and distorted.
It is often found in people over 60, sometimes asymptomatic. Cataracts can be accompanied by a clouding of the cornea, blurred vision, sensitivity to light, appearance of visible rings around the world, doubling in eyes and strong blurring of objects in front of the eyes.
An imbalance in blood sugar can also cause blurred vision. In this case, you need to closely monitor your health, because diabetes can cause more serious vision disorders, including blindness.
Weight loss and increased appetite, rapid heartbeat, high blood pressure, convulsions and blurred vision are the most common symptoms of this thyroid disease.
This neurodegenerative disease entails a variety of vision problems, including blurred vision. It also causes problems with urination and increases the sensitivity of the body.
A sharp drop in blood sugar can cause blurred vision and other visual impairments, confusion, double vision, cramps, loss of consciousness, anxiety and heart palpitations.
A severe headache can be associated with muscle or nerve disorders, and blurred vision with migraines is a very common symptom. Other symptoms include nausea, sensitivity to light and pain in the eyes.
High blood pressure and glaucoma
Hypertension and problems with eye pressure (glaucoma) often cause visual disturbances. In addition, almost always these symptoms are also accompanied by syncope, total or partial loss of vision and tachycardia.
What should I do if my vision becomes unclear?
If, after the examination, a specialist has not identified serious illnesses that could cause vision impairment, you can try natural remedies and methods to solve the problem. In order to restore visibility to clarity, pay attention to our advice:
Lower stress level
Use simple relaxation techniques : meditation, outdoor walks, massage, baths with soothing herbs, infusions of medicinal plants .
This will help you lower your blood pressure and get rid of nervousness. You will become calmer and you will see better. Try to restrain your anger and not give in to anxiety and anxiety , so as not to aggravate the situation.
Relax your eyes
If you often work at a computer, your eyes will probably get tired. To relax them, without getting up from the place, close your eyes with your hands for 1 minute.
Another option: get up, raise your index finger to eye level and slowly move forward, focusing your attention on your finger. Then move your finger in front of you from right to left, as if it were a pendulum, and keep a close eye on it. Move only the eyes, but not the head.
Concentrate your attention on one object and keep your eyes on it . After that, try to defocus your eyes and focus on what surrounds this object. You can also go to the window and look first at the glass, and then through it. Such an exercise can be repeated several times.
One of the reasons we often see everything as in a fog is that we are not used to focusing on one thing , because we need to concentrate our attention on a lot of things at once.
Follow the meals
Surely you already know that water is an indispensable condition for the body to be well hydrated. In addition, water will help to remove toxins that can damage the liver. Strange as it may seem, the liver is directly related to the health of the eyes.
Stick to a diet without fried and fat. Every day, drink tea from the large and eat healthy food, including steam and green vegetables (especially broccoli, spinach and chard) and whole-grain rice. Exclude from the diet fats, red meat and dairy products.
Increase the intake of vitamins A and C. They are found in citrus fruits, carrots, papaya and broccoli.
Acquire useful habits
Increase the size of the font on the screen so as not to approach the monitor too close, do not read it in poor light (give preference to daylight, not artificial light), sit at least one meter from the TV and wear special glasses to rest your eyes in your spare time.
It is also useful to be on the nature. This way you will increase the field of view before your eyes. As in a panoramic shot, your eyes will see many different colored objects at once.