Blurry Vision

Did you know that blurry fishing could be a sign of serious problems with your eye health? Our eye doctor can help you determine the cause of your blurry vision and whether you need treatment from an optometrist in Indianapolis or Fishers. A quick eye exam can determine the cause of your blurry vision. Here's what our team at Progressive Eyecare in Indianapolis and Fishers wants you to know about blurry vision. 

Blurry Vision

What Is Blurry Vision?

It's worth touching on what, exactly, blurry vision is. This might seem a little obvious, but there's a little nuance here that's very important. Everyone experiences blurry vision sometimes. You might have just rubbed your eyes or woken up from a nap, and your vision takes a second to focus. This is a common experience. Blurry vision becomes a problem when it doesn't go away. If you've ever worn glasses or contacts, you know what it's like to have persistent blurry vision that can interrupt your daily life. So, what causes blurry vision? 

What Causes Blurry Vision?

There can be a lot of causes for blurry vision, and only your optometrist will be able to give you a specific cause after an eye exam. These are just a few of the most common causes for blurry vision: 

Change in Prescription

Needing glasses is the first reason everyone thinks of when they start experiencing chronic blurry vision. Blurriness could be a clear sign that you need glasses. An eye doctor can do a quick eye exam that will tell you if you need glasses or not. However, if you've been experiencing consistent blurry vision, it might be the case. 

If you are ready for glasses, blurry vision can signify that you need to come in and update your prescription. Vision changes over the years, and that means your prescription will change as well. We recommend coming in to get your prescription checked at least once every year to once every two years.

Computer Vision

Spending too much time on a computer is also a potential cause of blurry vision. Remember to take a few breaks now and then to let your eyes focus on different objects at different distances, which helps give them some rest. 

Schedule an Eye Exam with Our Optometrist for Blurry Vision Treatment in Fishers and Indianapolis

Progressive Eyecare is here to help you with your blurry vision concerns. Our eye doctors in Indianapolis and Fishers are ready to help you schedule your next eye exam. Call us today for more information on blurry vision treatment or to schedule an appointment with our eye doctor.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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