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Why do we squint in an effort to see eye test more clearly?

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Dr. Michael Sinclair
Family Medicine
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In brief: Blocks unfocused

Squinting cuts out some of the light that is not properly focused on the retina.
It might cause wrinkles, but it won't hurt your vision. Your vision may degrade over time due to age, not due to squinting.

In brief: Blocks unfocused

Squinting cuts out some of the light that is not properly focused on the retina.
It might cause wrinkles, but it won't hurt your vision. Your vision may degrade over time due to age, not due to squinting.
Dr. Michael Sinclair
Dr. Michael Sinclair
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