Brainy Smurf Snaeha
Member # 2823
posted 10-01-2012 07:32 AM
I may be no longer a kid but this list of sings of vision problems from Children's Vision Foundation really make me feel worry about my vision problems because in the list of signs,I've experienced more than half of those signs and you have to know that I never have done any vision test properly for almost 10 years wearing glasses might also put an end to those motion sickness that I have for years.
Signs of Vision Problems:
Some vision-related problems, such as eye strain or blurred vision, can usually be attributed directly to a vision dysfunction. Others, such as poor attention in class, clumsiness, or reduced productivity, may not immediately be recognized as a sign of a vision problem.
Following is a list of common signs that may indicate the need for a comprehensive vision exam.
Frequent headaches or eye strain
Blurring of distance or near vision, particularly after reading or other close work
Avoidance of close work or other visually demanding tasks
Poor judgment of depth
Turning of an eye in or out, up or down
Tendency to cover or close one eye, or favor the vision in one eye
Poor hand-eye coordination
Difficulty following a moving target
Dizziness or motion sickness
Poor reading comprehension
Difficulty copying from one place to another
Loss of place, repetition, and/or omission of words while reading
Difficulty changing focus from distance to near and back
Poor posture when reading or writing
Can respond orally but can't get the same information down on paper
Letter and word reversals
Difficulty judging sizes and shapes
If you or a member of your family experiences any of these signs, a comprehensive vision exam may uncover undetected vision problems.
If one of you happens to have some experience in this case your advice would be very appreciate.
I'm Brainy Smurf's alter ego one that didn't wearing glasses...for now...
"Eyesight 200/20 but I always see what's on my mind"
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