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How to improve eye vision?

How to improve eye vision?

Examination: Most vision lowered vision in your age group is due to a need for eyeglasses (or contacts). You can be evaluated for these by your ophthalmologist. If you have underlying correctable problems they can be addressed at this time. Other solutions may include lasik correction and some other means. Eye exercises will not work and methods such as orthokeratology are short term only. ...Read more

Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Vision (Definition)

Vision is a feature of a person's brain that allows him to see. He must have normal eyes, optic nerves (that stretch from the eyes to the back of his brain), and visual cortex (the vision center in the brain), in order to see properly. An ophthalmologist is a ...Read more


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Sudden cross eyed vision vision?

Sudden cross eyed vision vision?

Could be many things: If this happens, see a doctor immediately. It could be decompensation of a pre-existing muscle balance problem. It could also be a stoke that can cause this, but less likely and far more dangerous. Again to sort this out, please have an exam. ...Read more

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Could dry eyes decrease my vision?

Could dry eyes decrease my vision?

Temporary: When the eyes are dry there is a change in the tear pool over the front which can alter the vision. This is temporary and corrected with treatment of the dryness - usually with lubricating eyedrops. Only if the dryness is profound (eyes always red, irritated and painful) can the vision be affected more permanently. ...Read more

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My eye vision is getting blurry.?

My eye vision is getting blurry.?

See an eye doctor: You need to see and eye doctor for a full examination. ...Read more

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How can I heal my poor eye vision?

How can I heal my poor eye vision?

Depends: Is your poor vision from a need for eyeglasses or is it because of disease of your eyes. Check with your ophthalmologist to get the answer to this and enter treatment that is best. ...Read more

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Does mastrubatoin affect on eye vision?

Does mastrubatoin affect on eye vision?

No: I'm sorry, I can't read your question. No, masturbation has no effect on your vision. Just make sure your activity doesn't impact your relationship w/your family, friends & schoolmates, nor your school performance. If you were gainfully employed, I'd include work & coworkers in that list. And if you were in a relationship, I'd include partner, too. ...Read more

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What can I do to strengthen eye vision?

What can I do to strengthen eye vision?

Maintain good health: The eyes respond to good exercise and nutrition like the rest of the body. Regular exams with an ophthalmologist (the real eye doctors) can be helpful. Exercises designed to change the power of the eyes are not helpful. Getting attention for any major changes should always be done. ...Read more

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How are eye vision test generally scored?

How are eye vision test generally scored?

Compared to standard: The chart used to test the eye is calibrated for normal vision at 20 feet. The outcome achieved is compared to what a normal eye can see at 20 feet. So if you can only see at 20 feet what a normal eye sees at 40 feet, your vision is considered to be 20/40. This is measured with and without corrective lenses at distance and at near. The vision with correction is considered to show the true vision. ...Read more

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What is the cause of my blurry eye vision?

What is the cause of my blurry eye vision?

Many things: Many things can cause blurry vision including improper glasses prescription, dry eyes, infections, inflammation, cataract, macular degeneration. The best way to determine cause is to have a thorough dilated eye exam. ...Read more

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What is the vision of a typical human eye?

What is the vision of a typical human eye?

Defined as 20/20: A normal human eye can resolve a certain standardized height and size of letters at 20 feet termed 20/20. Some can see a little better and those with eye diseases may have this reduced ...Read more

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What causes you to lose vision in one eye?

Many causes: If you have lost vision in one eye, please see an ophthalmologist asap. ...Read more

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What should I do to get better eye vision?

What should I do to get better eye vision?

Depends: There are many reasons for lowered vision - the most common being a need for eyeglasses and/or presbyopia in the 40's. But if you vision is dropping and you think there is something else wrong, you should see your ophthalmologist to diagnose and treat those problems. ...Read more

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Why is my vision in my eye suddenly changing?

Why is my vision in my eye suddenly changing?

Numerous reasons: Suddenly changing vision can be caused by a huge number of things. Any sudden change in vision warrants immediate consultation with an eye doctor. ...Read more

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Is it normal to get darker vision in one eye?

Is it normal to get darker vision in one eye?

No: You may have an early cataract of problems with your optic nerve, bleeding inside your eye, etc
you need to seek medical attention. ...Read more

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Does eye color have any effect on your vision?

Does eye color have any effect on your vision?

No: But lighter eyes stay dilated longer when eye drops are used to dilate them. Albinos (who mostly lack pigment) do have vision problems (greater glare) from lack of pigment, but mostly from an unrelated reason (foveal hypoplasia). ...Read more

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Does having bloodshot eyes affect your vision?

Does having bloodshot eyes affect your vision?

Not normally: No it does not most of the time, but if you have severe pain and loss of vision than it is very serious and call 911as it may be from acute glaucoma and sometimes from anaphylactic shock. ...Read more

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Eye vision 20/1500 how bad is that, what to do?

Eye vision 20/1500 how bad is that, what to do?

Depends: If this is your uncorrected vision, then get measured for eyeglasses and hopefully you will achieve 20/20. If 20/1500 is the best you can get with that eye, then there is probably an important pathology limiting the vision which an ophthalmologist can diagnose and hopefully treat. ...Read more