Causes And Overcoming Color Blindness?
Good morning, pretending to be like this at that time when I applied for work, I was there on the color blind test. I felt strange why colors like black, white, yellow, blue, I could see, but right on the color blind test, I couldn’t see the numbers in that color, I didn’t know. if I am color blind or not and if I am color blind I do not know what kind of color blindness I have experienced, I have seen red in an instant but I don’t know if it is pink or old because I don’t know and cannot distinguish the color is old and young, so when I see the red color I feel the red color is like a shadow that I see is aga burem so and makes me feel dizzy seeing it because of the lack of clarity about the color is there any consultation or other ways like suggestions or etc. for me so that I can see and distinguish colors. my eyes are not min my eyes can see the letters that are small or large I also do not look in the mirror ata, but my color is difficult to distinguish, and sometimes also I have studied or do homework at home with a cheerful dark or why I feel a little like if the lights go out than on the light I feel if the darkness is sometimes clearer better to look at from the writings in the book rather than the light that really illuminates my vision in the book whether it is wrong if you study in a dark room? But even in a bright room I can also study in a bright room but what I like sometimes prefers darkness to light, so that’s how much of a snob I hope the doctor can help me with my eyes now thank you (:
Hello Kiki, Thank you for the question.
Did the doctor who examined you submit the results of the color blind examination? Have you consulted with an ophthalmologist? Further examination by an ophthalmologist is needed to ascertain the cause of your complaint. To make a diagnosis of a disease, doctors need information about symptoms, conducting physical examinations, and conducting investigations. Therefore, if you want to know the condition of your eye health, of course you should consult with your doctor directly.
Color blindness is a condition that disrupts the ability of the eye to see certain colors. Color blindness can be divided into partial color blindness (difficult to distinguish certain colors, consisting of red green and blue yellow) and total color blindness (difficult to distinguish all colors). Color blindness is caused by damage to the eye pigment cells that function to detect certain colors that are generally caused by gene abnormalities, or in other words this condition is a condition that is passed on from parents to children. In addition to heredity, color blindness can also occur due to eye injury, diabetes, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, side effects of drugs, and exposure to certain chemicals. Symptoms experienced by patients depend on which pigment cells are damaged.
To find out if someone has color blindness or not, the doctor will do a color blind test which can be either an Ishihara test or a color preparation test. The examination you mentioned above is Ishihara's examination, which is a test for someone to carry a number formed by colored dots. If the person cannot read certain numbers, then the person has color blindness. To find out what type of color blindness you are experiencing, you should immediately consult an eye specialist. The doctor will do a thorough assessment of your eyes to find out if there are other eye health disorders. People who are color blind are usually encouraged to train themselves so they can adapt to their conditions. You can ask the family for help to recognize colors. Also, make sure you read and work in a room with sufficient lighting so you can see objects more clearly. The use of special eye lenses you can also try, but these eye lenses are not always suitable for everyone. Discuss further with an ophthalmologist, yes.
I hope this helps.