Eyes Hurt, Sting When Exposed To Sunlight And Vision Is Not Clear At Night?
What you are experiencing can be caused by various possibilities such as:
Night blindness Nearsightedness Cylindrical eye Dry eye syndrome
Night blindness is a condition that allows a person to have difficulty seeing when the light penetrates due to impaired function of the eye. This condition is related to vitamin A deficiency. Nearsightedness is a condition where the image in the eye falls in front of the retina, causing blurred vision. Cylindrical eye is a disturbance in the curvature of the cornea of the eye, causing the light that is transmitted to the eye to be out of focus and blurry vision. Dry eye syndrome can be caused due to impaired tear production which can result in damaged and injured eyes which can cause pain and blurred vision.
To distinguish what you are experiencing, it's a good idea to check with an eye doctor. A more complete interview and in-person examination is needed to determine what you are experiencing. If you are nearsighted, you may be able to wear glasses later. If you are deficient in vitamin A, your doctor will give you the therapy you need. Expand to eat vegetables and fruit so that your nutrition is met. Avoid using drugs or herbs outside the doctor's advice.
I hope this helps.