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Blurry Vision Solutions

If blurry vision is affecting your daily life, it’s time to find a solution. Blurry vision may be a sign of stress, an indicator of vision impairment, or a sign of a severe underlying condition.

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Beware of blurred vision combined with other symptoms

When to Seek Emergency Care

While your optometrist can help with blurry vision, blurry vision in combination with other symptoms may be a sign of a life-threatening condition. When left untreated, these symptoms may result in permanent vision loss or even loss of life.

Seek emergency care if you’re experiencing:

  • Difficulty speaking
  • Injury to the eye
  • Facial drooping
  • Loss of vision

Identify other concerns

Take Account of Additional Symptoms

Blurry vision may often be paired with other symptoms such as headaches, discharge, nausea, and itchiness. Take note of any additional symptoms you’re experiencing and notify your optometrist at your appointment. This can lead to a quicker solution and treatment of the root cause.

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Reasons for Blurry Vision

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Myopia

Also known as nearsightedness

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Hyperopia

Also known as farsightedness

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Astigmatism

An imperfection in the eye’s curvature

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Presbyopia

Age-related loss of vision

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Chronic Dry Eyes

Insufficient tear production

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Eye Floaters

Spots in vision

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Ocular Migraine

Headaches accompanied by vision changes

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Overuse of Contact Lenses

A situation that can cause infection

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Cataracts

Clouding of the eye’s lens

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Glaucoma

Group of eye conditions that effect the optic nerve

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Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes complications that effect vision

Solution #1

Update Existing Prescription

If your vision is blurry, it could very well be caused by a changing prescription. Using glasses or contacts with an old prescription can cause headaches and blurry vision.

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Dr. Bever with patient

Solution #2

Schedule an Eye Exam

The best place to start, when your vision is consistently blurry, is with an eye exam. Our expert team can find the core cause of your blurry vision and present you with a solution.

What is the most common cause of blurred vision?

Refractive errors are the most common cause of blurred vision. This includes nearsightedness, farsightedness, presbyopia, and astigmatism.

What are common treatments for blurred vision?

Blurred vision treatment will largely depend on the cause of the vision change. Some common treatments includes glasses, eye drops, surgery, and medication.

How to cure blurry vision naturally?

Natural treatments will have varying results depending on the cause of your blurry vision. Common natural cures includes getting more rest, lubricating your eyes, and avoiding allergens. If you are experiencing blurred vision it is best to schedule an appointment with your optometrist.

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