Blurry Eyesight – Learn The Causes of Blurry Eyesight

Blurry eyesight is a symptom of many different health problems vision disorders. Whatever the cause, this symptom should never be ignored, because it may get worse and could affect the quality of your life.
By: VisionBetter
 
March 10, 2010 - PRLog -- Blurry eyesight happens when people suffered from illness, very tired and most of the time when they have vision problems.  The problems may vary.  Below are the frequent conditions that cause the vision change.

Nearsightedness
Nearsightedness or myopia is a condition when a person has difficulty in seeing objects in a distance without the help of eyeglasses. It is estimated that over than 1000 million population in the US are suffering from myopia. In majority, blurry eyesight that is caused by nearsightedness may be improved through vision therapy, good nutrition, habit and lifestyle changes.

Presbyopia
Presbyopia normally occurs when people are beginning to reach the age 40, they will experience blurry eyesight of near vision when doing close object works such as reading, sewing or working at the computer. They will need new pair of eye glasses or in some cases it may be treated with vision therapy as well.

Astigmatism
Another problem that caused blurry eyesight is astigmatism. Astigmatism can also give a person headaches or eye strain at all distances.  This condition is usually caused by an irregularly shaped cornea or the lens behind the cornea. Unless it is extreme, astigmatism can be treated with natural vision improvement as an option to the correction through eye glasses or contact lenses.

Cataract
Cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye that cause blurry eyesight. This cloudy vision caused by cataracts are very common in elderly people. More than half of American people who reach the age 80, suffer from cataract. In early cataract the problem may be improved with eye glasses or brighter lighting.  Some people may choose natural improvement.  Blurry eyesight is a common complaint with glaucoma.

Migraine and headaches
If a person squint too much when blurry eyesight occur, they may suffer migraine or headaches. Bright or flickering lights also can bring migraines and at the same time may cause cloudy vision.

Blurry eyesight are often associated of many physical conditions. It is advisable to check immediately by your doctor to have proper treatment. Many of the problems related to blurred vision can be treated with special vision training to achieve better and healthy eyesight.

For those who wish to have information on how to treat vision problems may visit http://www.visionbetter.net.
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