Nearsightedness basically indicates a condition that causes you to properly see the objects that are near however, the far away objects appear blurry. In most cases, the condition is congenital and occurs when the retina does not get the focus light. People with this condition often always complain of severe headaches and strain on eyes.
HOW IS NEARSIGHTEDNESS DIAGNOSED?
An ophthalmology expert would diagnose this problem by doing an eye test and reading test, to see how closely you can read objects or books or signs.
HOW IS NEARSIGHTEDNESS TREATED?
The usual treatments for nearsightedness include wearing corrective glasses or even lenses. There are various other forms of refractive surgeries available too that include LASIK PRK and some other forms of minute surgical procedures.
DID YOU KNOW?
Common complications that arise after surgical correction of nearsightedness are dry eyes, itching eyes and corneal scarring