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Strange Eyesight Distortions Halos Around Lights When At Night
Sight is the sum of the light receptive and integrative capacity of the eye including best vision, color vision, night vision, depth vision, field of vision and the ability to track objects in motion. An ophthalmologist can measure these and determine the function of ...Read more
How does anxiety cause blurry vision sometimes, eye strain, and halos around lights at night? My eye doc said everything was fine.
Anxiety attacks: during anxiety attacks, most of patients have rapid breathing,leading to low Carbon dioxide (CO2) level in the blood ,causing blurred vision,numbness around lips and overall tingling feeling. usually patients are directed to breath in a bag,that helps alleviate such symptoms. ...Read more
I see halos around lights day and night. I visited many eye specialists. They all said nothing is wrong but I am still seeing them. What can be causing it?
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Many possibilities: There are many possible reasons for this. See an ophthalmologist who can determine what is the cause in your particular case. ...Read more
Need better Rx: First I am goung to assume these contacts are not bifocal cl's. Halos whn using bifocal contacts are normal. If you see halos arouond lights, this usually means the prescription is not as accurate as it can be. Rarely halos can be caused by corneal edema from a poorly fitted contact lens. ...Read more
Bifocal CL: If you are wearing a bifocal contact lens, some halos seen round lights is "normal", or at least a limitation of the type of contact lens. If this is not the type of cl yo u wear, than the lens fit or power needs to be improved/corrected. You should not be seeing halos if your ocular health is good (no cataracts). ...Read more