There are some common symptoms in the late stage of astigmatism
For patients who are not very familiar with ophthalmology, they may not know what the symptoms of astigmatism are. What are the common symptoms in the late stage of astigmatism?
What are the specific symptoms of astigmatism?
If you want to know these questions, you can take a good look at this and learn the common sense of astigmatism symptoms!
There is a certain symptom of astigmatism. 1. Visual fatigue requires constant fine adjustment of the blurred image on the retina. In addition, the visual acuity is distorted, so astigmatism, especially in patients with hyperopic astigmatism, is prone to visual fatigue.
Young people with refractory hyperopic astigmatism can often be corrected with adjustment. According to the degree of adjustment, pseudo simple hyperopic astigmatism, pseudo simple myopic astigmatism or pseudo refractory myopic astigmatism can be formed.
2. Fuzzy blurred vision is closely related to the degree and manner of astigmatism.
People with mild astigmatism usually have normal vision, but headaches, eye strain and blurred vision may occur when looking at objects at some distance.
People with severe astigmatism are unclear and distorted.
Seeing the distance is not very blaming for close work. In order to take a long time, that is, the eye swelling headache reading reading line or ghosting 3, the normal head position and eye position have a high degree of asymmetrical astigmatism, in order to see more clearly,It is often used to tilt the head position to cause strabismus, and the astigmatism correction can be restored.
High astigmatism often blinks when looking at distant targets, achieving pinholes and fissures to improve vision.
Looking at things through pinholes or fissures can reduce the effects of astigmatism on vision.
Symptoms of astigmatism in children 1. Whether eye-catching items are found in time.
Put a more eye-catching item in front of your child and see if he can find it in time.
2. Is there a follow-up reaction?
After changing the direction of the item, observe if the child has followed the reaction.
(A variety of items, from large to small, should be placed from near to far).
3, whether to watch TV too close.
Observe the child’s eyes, the situation when one eye is watching, and pay attention to whether he likes to be close when watching TV.