Eyes That Are Easily Glare During The Day, But Have Difficulty Seeing Clearly At Night?
Why do the eyes glare during the day that are very excessive and turn around when entering the afternoon the eyes cannot see clearly, and at night driving the opposite vehicle is very disturbing when the lights of another vehicle come towards us so that we cannot see for a few seconds then focus again
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Eyes that are easily dazzled during the day (when the light is bright), but difficult to see clearly at night (when the light is dim) can occur due to many causes, one of which is cataracts. This condition occurs when the eye lens that should be clear becomes cloudy. The cause can be due to tissue damage to the eye lens due to the aging process, mechanical injury to the eye, repeated eye inflammation, side effects of eye surgery, long-term consumption of steroid drugs, excessive alcohol consumption, smoking, to a history of certain diseases, such as diabetes, hypertension, and so. Typically, cataract sufferers will experience visual disturbances in the form of a vision that looks foggy and blurry. These complaints usually get worse at night, while during the day the sufferer can become easily dazzled by light. It could also be, cataract sufferers see halo around light, double vision, or visions that appear yellow.
Apart from cataracts, it could also be that your vision problems occur due to other causes, such as uveitis (inflammation of the uveal tract), astigmatism (cylindrical), myopia (nearsightedness), glaucoma (increased intracranial pressure), keratitis (inflammation of the cornea of the eye), hypermetropia (farsightedness), and so on.
Our advice, check your complaint directly to the nearest ophthalmologist. With direct evaluation, appropriate handling can generally be identified so that your complaints will improve. Usually, the doctor will perform a visual aquity test accompanied by several other supporting tests, for example using a slit lamp or ophthalmoscopy. Alternatively, the doctor recommends that you undergo a blood test to assess the risk factors for your current complaint.
In the meantime, what you should do is:
Minimize driving alone at night If you have eye vision problems, make sure you wear the right glasses or contact lenses. Use adequate lighting in the environment where you live and work. Limit activities that are prone to causing eye injury.