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Ways to Improve Blurred Vision

Updated on October 24, 2016

Blurred Vision

Some people may think that blurred vision happens only at an older age, maybe around forty-ish. But blurred vision can affect any age. An individual having nearsightedness as a vision problem can see things in a blur that are a little farther than up close. There are many types of blurry vision problems, and blurred vision can affect one eye or both eyes. An individual’s blurry vision can be a result of a poor diet, aging, or medical condition. Blurred vision is when you can't see an object in detail from a distance.

Wearing reading-glasses is another type of bad eyesight. Because without reading-glasses, words are seen blurry and not seen with 20/20 vision. As I've mentioned before, there are many types of bad eyesight problems that may cause blurry vision. To name a few: farsightedness, glaucoma, optic neuritis, astigmatism, night blindness, floaters. Again, many blurred vision problems are caused by certain illnesses and medical conditions.

Ways to Improve  Blurred Vision
Ways to Improve Blurred Vision

Ways to Improve Vision

  • Take daily liquid vitamins; "Centrum Vitamins" are in liquid form.

  • Take daily cod liver oil vitamins; fish oil adds needed vitamin D for better eye health.

  • Drink carrot juice; make your own carrot juiceor buy it.

  • When you’re on the computer make sure light is behind the computer screen and not in front.

  • Wipe the computer screen every week with a dry cloth.

  • Long hours at the computer; take time out to close your eyes for a good 1-2 minutes.

  • Eat dark leafy greens.

  • Eat fruit daily, vitamin C helps support good eyesight.

  • Eat foods that contain iron, daily.

  • Daily exercise for better circulation, heart health, and eye health.

  • When watching television, don't sit close to the TV screen.

  • When reading use a bright light instead of a dim light.

  • Blink or close your eyes often when at the computer.

  • Take vitamin A capsules daily for better eye health.

Always ask your doctor before taking any vitamins, to prevent overdose of certain vitamins.

Remember drinking water every day also assist with dry eyes and better vision. If you have blurred vision contact an Optometrist (eye doctor) for an eye exam. Visiting an eye doctor regularly can prevent further eye problems.

Are you taking care of your eyes to prevent blurred vision?

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    • Ann810 profile imageAUTHOR


      24 months ago from Sunny Cali

      Hi Ms Dora and Eric,

      Thanks for your interest in this article. Vision is very important, we have to take care of our eyes as best we can.


    • MsDora profile image

      Dora Weithers 

      24 months ago from The Caribbean

      Great suggestions and some so simple as "Wipe the computer screen every week with a dry cloth." Will implement that one for sure. Thank you.

    • Ericdierker profile image

      Eric Dierker 

      24 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      This is very interesting. I do most of what you suggest and have no blurry vision.


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