Examination For Minus Eye?
Excuse me, I want to ask, a few days ago I checked my eyes at the hospital in my area, but I checked my eyes in a slightly sleepy state and my eyes were tired, and I was surprised after checking, minus I was much bigger than I predicted. Is there any influence or not, and do I have to re-eye check
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Minus the eye or nearsightedness, is a condition when a person cannot clearly see distant objects, and can clearly see near objects. This condition is treated by using glasses with a minus lens, and that is the reason people call their eyes minus.
So far it is unknown why a person has a minus, but among the factors assessed related to the incident are:
Genetic or hereditary factors Often see objects with a distance of less than 30 cm Abnormalities in eye structure abnormalities
As for your question, it's true that eye checking should be done in a state of the eye not being tired, because that will affect the results. Therefore, we suggest that you repeat the check by making sure you don't stay up late and get enough sleep, don't just work or have long time watching laptop or cellphone monitor screens, and should be done in the morning and afternoon.
In addition to maintaining your eyes, keep your sight distance from the object that is seen closest to 30 cm and not be closer, make sure your monitor screen is bright enough if you are in a bright place, and quite dim when in a place with minimal lighting. So, hopefully answering your question.