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vision
symptoms

Each eye condition will have its own set of symptoms, some of which will be noticeable, while others will develop slowly over time.

Blurred Vision

Suffering from blurry vision? It is most likely that you need prescriptive eyewear. Learn more about the various reasons for blurry vision.

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Poor night vision

Night blindness is a common problem, which can be a sign of a dietary imbalance, chronic disease or an eye condition.

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Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry eye syndrome (keratoconjunctivis sicca) is very common. It mostly affects older people, and is easily managed.

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Neck and Shoulder Pain

Neck or shoulder pain and eye problems are closely connected. Read about how tension in the neck and shoulders can lead to eye pain, and visa versa.

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Eye-related reading problems

Impaired vision can cause problems when reading - you might find you have problems following a line of text with your eyes.

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Eyestrain and fatigue

Tired eyes may be the result of an underlying condition or you may simply have been staring at the screen for too long.

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Problems seeing far-away objects

Being short-sighted means you can see close-up objects but struggle to see long distance. This can cause a problem when driving, for example.

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Difficulty Seeing Nearby Objects

If you are long-sighted then you will find it difficult to see objects close-up. You'll have difficulties reading, for example.

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SHARPNESS OF VISION

Although lack of clear and sharp eyesight is usually easy to correct, it can also be a sign of irreversible sight loss.

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Headaches and your eyes

There is a strong possibility that the onset, or increase in frequency of headaches is linked with the health of your eyes.

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