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Could dim vision be a symptom of eye fatigue?

Dim Vission. There are several causes of dim vision, a detailed eye examination by an ophthalmologist is required to diagnose the causative entity. Read more...

Is dim vision a symptom of eye fatigue?

It should not be. Dim vision is often a sign of either something blocking light from entering the eye (cataract, corneal scars, and other options), or a decrease in the eye's ability to process the information (glaucoma, retinal problems). Eye fatigue is usually caused by dry eyes or straining to see without proper glasses; it does not normally cause dim vision. If the symptoms persist, see an eye doctor. Read more...
No. Dim vision means relative darkening of images and surrounds compared to what a normal eye sees. Dim vision is caused by not enough light entering the back of the eye (cataract, small pupil, severely scarred cornea, severe lid droop) or the eye not transferring signals to the brain (retinal disease, glaucoma, optic nerve disease, poor blood circulation) . See your eye md. Read more...