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Glasses Help Night Vision
Yes: In some patients adding a negative 1/2 diopter improves their night vision. Also night vision goggles can improve your vision at night. Spending several minutes in the dark, adapts your rods so you can see better. Use a red light flashlight to avoid loosing your dark adaptation. Don't forget that wild cats have 6 times better night vision than humans, so be careful out there. :). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Night vision: Is there a visual problem that causes you to ask this question? If so see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
I've been having diminished night vision and diminished vision during the day wearing sun glasses. I had lasik surgery 13 yrs ago. Any suggestions?
Glare coating: All computer manufacturers can recommend a glare reducing screen for your computer. ...Read more
Yes: At night, your pupils dilate. This (along with a few other changes that occur at night) may cause a temporary change in your glasses prescription leading to "night myopia" or slight nearsightedness at night. This makes many people feel as though they have "bad night vision" but really a small glasses prescription to be worn at night particularly while driving can help night vision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I wear glasses, sometimes i don't wear them, either way my vision at night time is wrose off then day time, does that mean anything?
Night vision: Most people see worse at night than by day. This is common for a few reasons. For one, many people are more near-sighted at night, since it is harder to pick a point of focus. Also, at night people rely more on the rods than the cones in their eyes, and rods are not as good at perceiving sharp details. If you cannot see at all during the night, this might indicate a true eye disease... ...Read more
This happens once in a while my vision turns black but I can see very well I don't wear glasses like at night when it's dark and ur eyes are adjusting?
I'm over a year post lasik and still have halos/starbursts at night. I don't want to have an enhancement, will prescription glasses correct my vision?
Can there be special eye-glasses available for driving at night even if the person has pretty good vision?
Best Vision: Decreased vision may be due to uncorrected refractive errors, meaning you need glasses to see your best. Even a slight degree of nearsightedness can further reduce vision at night. Sometimes small cataracts can blur sight. An examination by an ophthalmologist can resolve the question. ...Read more
When i take my glasses off, my right, my "weak" vision, eye burns. Like soap or some irritant has gotten into it. But it happens every night.
Slight blurry vision in just my right eye since last night. I wear glasses with a script of -2.50 but even with them it's blurry. Happened suddenly
See Eye doctor: One-sided blurry vision of sudden onset is of concern if there are no symptoms of irritation. Please call and make an appointment with an optometrist or Ophthalmologist. If your vision becomes worse or you have a red eye or vomiting, please go to the ER. Acute glaucoma is an eye emergency. ...Read more
Can needing glasses cause your head to feel heavy and dizzy (swimming in syrup), blurry vision, night blindness? I haven't got my eyes checked yet.
Depends: For individuals with normal retinal function, there is, unfortunately, no way to develop superhero grade night vision. Conversely, for patients with decreased night vision or “nyctalopia”, as a result of dietary vitamin a deficiency, vitamin a supplementation will hopefully restore normal human grade night vision. Patients with degenerative conditions such as retinitis pigmentosa, unfortunately, lose night vision and peripheral vision from progressive photoreceptor loss. Patients with congenital stationary night blindness, cone/rod dystrophies and other degenerative disorders also have photoreceptor loss with loss of night vision. Although until now there hasn’t been much to offer these patients, research is currently underway investigating a large array of agents which may offer them some hope for the future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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