Poor Eye Sight is the loss of sharpness of eyesight, making objects appear hazy and out of focus. Poor Eyesight can affect both the eyes but some people experience Poor Eyesight in one eye only. The primary cause of Poor Eye Sight is refractive errors i.e. nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. The most common signs and symptoms of Poor Eyesight include blurry vision, headache, squinting and many more.
HOW IS POOR EYE SIGHT DIAGNOSED?
An ophthalmologist diagnoses poor eyesight by a physical examination of the eye and by doing a lens test by changing the lenses
HOW IS POOR EYE SIGHT TREATED?
For treatment of Poor Eyesight, the doctor will rely on the diagnosis to know the exact stage at which the condition exists. If the condition is very advanced, there is very little the doctor can do about it. If at earlier stages certain medications can be prescribed to slow down the degeneration process and even stabilize it.
DID YOU KNOW?
Sudden Poor Eyesight that persists could be sign of a serious health problem.