Video: Myopia: Difficulty Seeing From Afar
Last night I came home late because I was having surgery with some friends. Yes, this is how you read it. One of them decided to have laser visual correction surgery. She is happy as if she had won the lottery! She tells me that when she gets up in the morning and opens her eyes, she no longer has blurred vision. She told me that before the operation, immediately she woke up, she had to look for her glasses (lenses) because otherwise it was very difficult for her to carry out the basic morning tasks.
My friend suffered from myopia. This is that it is seen better up close than far away. In addition, she had some of the symptoms of this condition. Headache episodes started, sometimes his eyes felt very tired (when he spent more than five hours in front of the computer) and the worst thing was that without glasses or contact lenses he saw very badly. I couldn't focus on objects well.
The scientific definition presented by the Langone Medical Center at the University of New York says that “in myopia, the eyes focus on the image in front of the retina. This usually occurs with an eyeball that is longer or a cornea that is more inclined than normal. " I mean, you have trouble seeing from afar.
If you have vision problems, whether you don't see well up close or far away, see your doctor. If you have been diagnosed with an eye condition, remember to have a checkup every year.