Eyes Look Blurry Accompanied By Not Being Able To See Long Distances?
sorry if you want to ask if you see that it feels like smoke and if it doesn’t look that much. that’s why huh. thank you
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The most common visual impairments include:
Farsightedness (myopia) is a refractive disorder that results in difficulty seeing distant objects
Farsightedness (hypermetrophy) is a refractive disorder that results in difficulty seeing objects that are close
Astigmatism is an abnormality in the curvature of the cornea, so that it often causes shaded vision
Presbyopia is an abnormality in the eye due to the influence of age, which causes sufferers to have difficulty seeing and focusing objects especially those located close to the eye
Cataract is an eye disorder caused by opacification of the lens of the eye. Symptoms of cataracts that are often encountered include blurred vision such as the appearance of white clouds that obstruct the view and can be known from physical examination of the eye.
Related to your complaints, some of the causes above such as nearsightedness / myopia and astigmatism can be one of the causes that cause your complaints to feel. Myopia and astigmatism will make your vision appear blurry and difficult to see objects that are located far away. Cataracts can be one of the possibilities that occur. Cataracts can occur due to abnormalities of the lens that is cloudy so that it often causes vague vision, blurred vision, looks like a cloud or smoke image. Cataracts can occur spontaneously due to age, trauma or abnormalities at birth / congenital. Therefore, it is important to do an evaluation related to the vision / sharp vision of your eyes by your nearest eye specialist. Some ways of treatment such as wearing glasses with correction lenses or operative procedures can help to alleviate and eliminate complaints.
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