Defective Vision

Symptoms for Defective Vision
  • Myopia or short-sightedness refers to the unfitness to see far-off objects clear. It is a widely prevalent condition .
Myopia starts with obscure vision, particularly with regard to far-off objects. The blackboard at school, the screen in a
cinema hall, or the TV screen may look obscure and the eyes of the diseased person may start watering due to strain. There may be
itching and heaviness in the eyes, and the patient may suffer from a mild headache.
Causes for Defective Vision
  • The three chief makes of myopia are mental strain, wrong food habits, and wrong blood and nerve supply. Mental strain
puts a corresponding physical strain on the eyes, and their muscles and nerves.Other causes of this eye disorder are
reading in dim light or in too glaring a light; reading in moving trains, buses or cars; watching too much television and films;
and excessive reading.

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