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What To Do If You Start to Have Blurry Vision

Blurry vision can result from a number of different causes.

Some of these are benign, such as increasing refractive errors and the need for a new prescription. The most common one is presbyopia, loss of near vision which usually starts around age 40. However, other causes are more serious, such as a medical problem or progressive eye disease.

In some cases, blurry vision can be corrected with surgery to help you see more clearly. Your visit to our website at  Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ can help you get started on the journey toward improved visual performance and better eye health.

Causes of Blurry Vision

Blurry vision can be intermittent or a more chronic problem. Simple fatigue from working at close tasks can cause vision to blur. Individuals may experience blurry vision with worsening Astigmatism or progressively worsening Nearsightedness (myopia) or Farsightedness (hyperopia). Exposure to a dusty environment can lead to eye irritation and blurring. Some medical conditions can affect the eyes and can lead to a blurring of vision. Eye diseases can cause progressive changes to the structures in the eyes and can lead to blurring and gradual vision loss.

Conditions That Cause Blurred Vision

Individuals with dry eye syndrome can experience blurry vision. This is a problem in which the eyes do not produce enough moisture to keep the eye surface lubricated. Dry eyes are a common problem that can be treated with drops or other measures.

Difficulty reading is to be expected as we age and lose our near-focusing power in the early 40’s. Although a simple pair of reading glasses can solve the problem, you should get an eye exam to make sure you don’t have glaucoma or another eye pathology.

Pregnancy can cause changes in the eyes that can result in blurry vision. Diabetes causes high blood sugar levels that can affect the blood vessels in the eyes, leading to blurred vision. Individuals with migraine headaches may experience blurred vision when a headache occurs.

Cataracts are a condition that causes clouding of the lens behind the pupils (iris) and can result in blurred vision. Glaucoma and macular degeneration can cause vision changes and blur.

Regular Eye Exams Can Help Resolve Blurry Vision Problems

Regular visits to your eye doctor for examinations can help to prevent blurry vision and to help problems with blurring when they occur. An ophthalmologist can also help to manage eye disease, so you can maximize your vision

Trusted LASIK Surgeons Can Help You Find Professional Care For Blurry Vision

Please visit our Eye Surgeon Directories Today To Find a Vision Expert You Can Trust!

At Trusted LASIK Surgeons, you can find the information and resources you need to find an eye care professional that can help with common vision problems.

If you are beginning to have blurry vision that won’t go away, you should make an appointment with an ophthalmologist to evaluate your eyes and your vision and discuss treatment options.

For more information on a LASIK surgeon near you, please visit our Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ Directory.  

You can also visit our Trusted Cataract Surgeons™ Directory to find an experienced cataract surgeon.

Most surgeons featured at our site are also performed Cataract Surgery and many perform other refractive procedures, like the Kamra Inlay, which can help with reading the fine print (in books or on labels), lens implant procedures, and corneal transplants.

Whatever your vision needs, Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ is here to help you find the best vision correction experts you can find.

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