Cause You Can’t See The Blackboard From Afar?
So I sit in the back and in the middle while studying, but strangely I am not minus but the writing on the blackboard always looks blurry but when I read a book I can see clearly
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Eye minus, or what is more formally called myopia or nearsightedness, is a disease that is generally acquired rather than congenital. In a sense, someone who originally had no minus eyes since they were small, could have their eyes become minus at one point in their life. It could be that a person is not a minus when he is in elementary and junior high school, then only feels a minus for the first time in high school, or even when he is in college, and it is not impossible that it was only when he had a family.
We say that because with the information you convey, with objects that appear blurry when far away but clear when they are close is a very specific symptom of nearsightedness. Nearsightedness until now the cause is still unknown, but it is often associated with the following factors:
Heredity or a history of similar complaints in the family The habit of reading or seeing objects with a distance from the eye less than 30 cm The habit of forcing the eyes to see the screen of the cellphone or laptop monitor Not adjusting the monitor screen lighting properly, too bright or too dark
Especially in this day and age where our lives are so dependent on our gadgets, it could be that those of you who have thought that you have no minuses will actually experience it now. Therefore, our advice is that you should have your eye checked again by an ophthalmologist or a trusted optician, to find out if there is any nearsightedness in your eye. If indeed your eyes are not minus, it is still imperative to check with an eye doctor to find out whether or not any important information has been missed in an effort to diagnose your condition.
Meanwhile, what you can do is sit forward from where you are now, tell your teaching staff to allow you to move to the front because you have difficulty seeing from afar, limit your eye performance by resting your eyes every 2 hours after being in front of you. monitor screen, and always make sure your distance from the object you see is at least 30 cm. So, hopefully it answers your question.