Vision Is Less Clear When Looking At Distant Objects?
Afternoon doctor … I am now 23 years old. Last year I opted for minus 2 eyesight and when I checked my eyes I didn’t know if I was drah high, I used my camera to become myopic, after I got optically more minus 3, 5. And I really want to come to us again, now and my eyes are getting better when I see a distant object, what’s the solution ?? r n Go to the eye specialist office, don’t know where it comes?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Difficulty seeing objects that are far away or farsighted, in medical terms is called myopia. So far, the cause of myopia is still unknown, but it is often associated with:
Eyeball size that is too long
The habit of seeing objects with a distance of <30 cm from the eyeball
Genetic or hereditary factors
Abnormalities in the structure or lining of the eye
The habit of forcing the eye to work in unsuitable conditions such as the room is too dark, too bright or too long
The point is, although these factors can be found in people with nearsightedness, not everyone who does this will be nearsighted. Conversely, not everyone is nearsighted because they have done this. They may never do these factors and still experience it.
With that said, we can't be sure why your minus has increased and whether it will still increase or stop at such a size, especially since we didn't do a direct check on you. Our advice is that you should consult your ophthalmologist, who if you do not know the place, you can click on our hyperlink to enter the Find a Doctor feature and find out where the eye doctor is closest to your home. So, hopefully it answers your question.