Blurred vision means you’ve lost that sharpness, so seeing small details is difficult. Blurry vision can cause objects near and far to be out of focus.
In technical terms, your blurriness is caused by the failure of visual acuity.
The other causes for sight blurriness are numerous, including:
- dry eyes
- brain tumor
- eyelid twitch
- ruptured spleen
- Graves’ disease
- temporal arteritis
- vitamin A toxicity
- Behcet’s disease
- multiple sclerosis
- myasthenia gravis
- retinal detachment
- eye socket fracture
- Sjogrens syndrome
- migraine headaches
- carotid artery disease
- chronic fatigue syndrome
- infections ~ toxoplasmosis
- chemo caused cranial nerve damage
- Reiter’s syndrome, aka reactive arthritis
- eye infection ~ blepharitis, conjunctivitis, stye
- drug side effect ~ antihistamines, antidepressants
- botulism (botox) injections ~ wrinkles, blephorospasm
For several of these health conditions, its first sign of a problem may be brought to you via blurriness.
If your vision suddenly blurs for no apparent reason, then a pronto sight or health preserving trip to an ophthalmologist or your health care provider is necessary.