The Minus Eye Characteristics Increase?
Good evening r nLast year I bought glasses as well as a minus eye check, the results were right -2 and left -75 r n. Recently, I felt that my minus eyes had increased, because seeing some objects became blurry even though I had worn glasses. R But yesterday I checked again using the computer and the manual one (change the lens, or whatever I don’t know the name), both results were the same, -2 and -1.75, even though I felt my minus was increasing, but after checking it was not. r nHow do I do that? Is my minus really increasing or constant? thanks.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A minus or nearsightedness is a condition when the eye can clearly see objects or objects that are close, but cannot see objects that are far away or are at a certain distance from the eye. This condition can usually be treated using glasses or contact lenses.
Until now there is still no definite cause why this condition can occur, but it is often associated with:
The habit of reading with a distance of the eye and object <30 cm
Habits of overexertion, such as looking at the monitor too bright or too dark, and taking too long without a break
Abnormal eye structure
Regarding your question, what needs to be understood is that the eye minus can change. There could be conditions where you are tired, your eyes are used too often without resting, or your body condition is not overall fit which makes your eye minus temporarily increase. However, when it was checked, your condition was in good condition so the results returned to the previous figure. Another possibility that could happen is that in addition to nearsightedness, your eyes also have astigmatism or cylindrical eyes. This is a condition where the eye layer is uneven, and each part of the eye has a different minus. When this happens, you won't be able to see clearly even though the minuses have been replaced.
So our advice is to avoid misunderstanding, if you did have your eyes checked in optics before, try to get your eyes checked by an ophthalmologist, so that it can be determined whether it is really just a temporary symptom of eye fatigue, or due to astigmatism, or other reasons. Meanwhile, don't overwork your eyes, take a break every 2 hours by closing your eyes or by looking far away, and make sure that you always keep the objects you see more than or equal to 30 cm from your eyes. So, hopefully it answers your question.