Is It Normal For Daydreaming, So You Can’t See The Picture On TV Clearly?
Hello, I am 15 years old, I want to ask. So for example, I am watching TV at a distance of 6 floors from TV. do not see people on TV. I have to squint again to look again. actually why me ?, I’m afraid so. please answer thanks.
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how long before have you felt the complaint? Which part of the eye does it feel to have complaints?
Eyes that appear blurry to see distant objects can be caused by refractive abnormalities, namely myopia / nearsightedness. Myopia occurs if the sharp vision / vision decreases, because the eyeball is too wide or a large corneal curvature so that the shadow of the object in the eye does not exactly fall diretina. This will cause distant objects appear blurry. Other symptoms that are often complained of nearsightedness include headaches, especially pain / aches around the eyes, nausea, vomiting, tired eyes, neck pain, etc.
Myopia / nearsightedness can be detected using a pin hole test, which is examination with glasses that have small holes. If the image is clear when seeing an object from the small hole, then the myopia can be established and corrected with sunken / minus lens glasses. Therefore, in sufferers of myopia who have not been corrected with glasses, often narrowing his eyes so he can see the shadow of objects more clearly. This is similar to the principle of pin hole testing in myopic examination.
However, there are other conditions that can cause blurred / unclear views including:
Astigmatism / astigmatism Hypermetropy / nearsightedness Dry eye / glaucoma Macular degeneration / sharp decrease in vision due to age Cataracts
Etc. Regarding your condition, you should consult your eye doctor to see if there are abnormalities in your eyes, especially if you have a history of never wearing glasses before. Examination of vision / sharp vision, pin hole test, slit lam examination to funduscopy can help find the exact flight.
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