We have already learned about the problems of nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. But today, there is a new term that is not a new problem. That is, the problem of complex vision. What is it? Let's understand it together.
Complex vision refers to a condition in which the vision in the two eyes is different or unequal. It can be divided into three types:
- Nearsightedness in both eyes, but the vision is not the same.
- Farsightedness in both eyes, but the vision is not the same.
- One eye is nearsighted and the other eye is farsighted.
Normally, the brain can combine the images seen from the two eyes into a single image. However, the vision in the two eyes must be no more than 2.50 D. Having complex vision and vision that is too different from this will make the brain and eye muscles work harder to focus, leading to headaches, eye fatigue, and may lead to strabismus or squinting in the future.
How to solve complex vision is to wear contact lenses or use lenses that meet your vision. It is best to have a detailed eye examination by a specialist to find the correct vision before choosing the right lenses and solving the problem effectively.
If the glasses you are wearing still make you feel uncomfortable, or you start to experience headaches, dizziness when using your eyes for a long time, please come to use the vision examination service by BVAX Master and expert optometrists at Better Vision. We are available for free! No charge.