Blurred vision is a symptom of many eye conditions.
You should speak to your optician if you experience problems.
Age-related long-sightedness - Presbyopia is the hardening of the lens of the eye. You'll find you have difficulty focusing on nearby objects as a result. Presbyopia normally affects those over 40 years of age, and tends to stabilise around the age of 60. Other symptoms include headaches and eyestrain. Progressive lenses offer the best solution. Other solutions may include; varifocals, bifocals, multifocals, contact lenses or reading glasses.
Astigmatism - An irregular-shaped cornea means that some light rays are not focused directly onto the retina. Symptoms of astigmatism include blurred or stretched vision, eyestrain, headaches, squinting, difficulty driving at night. You should speak to your Optician about glasses, contact lenses or occasionally surgery.