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Treating Your Blurry Vision

Anyone with blurry vision in or around Phoenix, AZ should schedule an eye exam with Eye Doctors of Arizona. If you are suffering from blurry vision, you need to see an eye care specialist immediately so you can have your condition treated.

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Roughly half of all Americans over the age of 20 are believed to be suffering from a vision problem, with blurry vision being one of the most common symptoms. In fact, 36 percent of Americans suffer from astigmatism or blurry vision. In many cases, blurry vision is treatable. You might be a candidate to undergo LASIK eye surgery, wear glasses, or another type of treatment. If your blurry vision is being caused by a disease or another underlying condition, you’ll have to treat that condition.

The sooner you figure out what’s causing your vision to be blurry, the better. If you catch a disease in its early stages, it’s often easier to treat. Fortunately, regular eye exams will help determine if your vision is blurry, how serious the condition is, and what can be done about it. If you have any concerns during this exam, one of our optometry experts will be happy to address them and help you understand the details of your condition.

What Causes Blurry Vision?

Blurry vision can be caused by a range of things. Refractive errors are the most common cause and generally are not considered serious conditions and can be treated. However, blurry vision can also be caused by more serious disorders. If you’re suffering from blurry vision, undergoing an eye exam is vital. You need to know if you are suffering from a severe disorder or condition before it gets worse. Blurry vision could be the result of any of the following:

  • Aging(Cataract or Age Related Macular Degeneration)
  • Vitamin deficiencies
  • Poor diet
  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • Preeclampsia (high blood pressure in pregnant women)
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Glaucoma

Many other conditions can cause blurry or decreased vision. Often, people suffer from blurry vision in both eyes. Sometimes, however, just one eye is affected. Refractive errors are the most common cause of blurry vision. Our eyes see by sensing light. A refractive error occurs when the eye struggles to properly collect the reflected light. This could be due to curves or bends in the cornea and other structural issues with the eye. No matter what is causing your vision to be blurry, an eye exam is the first step towards proper eye treatment.

How is Blurry Vision Treated?

Treatment will largely depend on what’s causing your vision to be blurred. If a refractive error is causing your vision to blurred, you can treat it with contacts, eyeglasses, or in some cases LASIK surgery. If its cataracts, it s quick and easy surgical procedure done outpatient. You should discuss your options with our eye care specialists. 

Visit an Optometry or Ophthalmologist Eye Specialist in Phoenix

If you’ve noticed your vision is a bit blurry then it’s time to schedule an eye exam with Eye Doctors of Arizona in Phoenix. Don’t take any chances when it comes to the health of your eyes, call us today.

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