Causes Of Vision Disorders?
Hello Dr. and everyone, I want to ask the doc. I often have difficulty seeing. Sometimes it’s too blurry and sometimes like double vision. Last night I found it hard to write. I am a student diploma at a university in Malaysia. I also felt the shiver on my left arm was destitute to the back around my shoulder to the right arm. But the shiver doesn’t look like it can be felt by me. Do I have chronic pain? I want to be sure of the doc about the symptoms I am experiencing. After that I will go to the hospital
Hi Syifa .. Thank you for the question.
Impaired vision can cause discomfort in sufferers and can interfere with activities such as writing, watching, walking, and many other activities. Blurred vision can be caused by nearsightedness (seems blurry when looking at objects that are far away) or because farsightedness (looks blurry when looking at objects at close range). When a person experiences nearsightedness or farsightedness the incoming light does not fall directly on the retina, but in front of or behind the retina.
Whereas the double view / double view is also called diplopia. Diplopia can occur due to several things for example:
Scar formation in the eye
Disorders of eye muscle movement
If your complaints are increasingly burdensome, there is no improvement, disrupt the activity, red eye, occurs in both eyes, then you should check with an eye specialist. So the doctor can do a direct examination and can be followed by a sharp examination of vision / examination, examination with an ophthalmoscope to see up to the inside of the eye.
While the arm that feels shaking can occur due to tremors. Tremors are physiological, such as fear and anxiety, fatigue, hypoglycemia; psychogenic tremor; resting tremor when in a state of rest.
In the meantime what you can do is:
Avoid looking at the TV screen, cellphone, or laptop for a long time without a break
Get used to reading or watching with enough light
Avoid rubbing the eyes
May be useful