The View Becomes Blurry When You See The Light At Night?
Good evening, I want to ask My eyes are always a bit blurry when I see the light at night, for example when driving a vehicle, when watching TV in a dark room and when it is daytime it usually likes to dry like that even sometimes it turns red. But if you read a book or see a much normal course. I wonder why with my eyes. Thank you
Good morning Sandizio, thanks for the question.
Read your complaints, it can be caused by several conditions such as:
Vitamin A deficiency (farsighted chickens / xerophthalmia) Sjorgen syndrome (abnormalities in tear production) Impaired refraction of the eye (minus / plus / cylindrical / old eye) Inflammation of the protective lining of the eye (conjunctivitis) Inflammation of the corneas (keratitis) and several other conditions. To find out the cause, you are advised to do an eye examination to an ophthalmologist for further assessment, because some of the possible causes of the complaint are better dealt with as soon as possible so as not to make vision become increasingly disturbed.
For at home, if the eyes feel dry, can be helped with the use of artificial tear drops that are sold in general in accordance with the packaging, do not use other eye drops without the recommendation of an eye specialist. Also avoid rubbing the eyes with your hands if the eyes feel dry or itchy.
I hope this helps.