The more light falls on an object, the easier it is to see. So going out in direct sunlight can dramatically improve your natural vision. Try it the next time you’re out in the sun. Take off your glasses or contact lenses (don’t wear sunglasses either). If this is your first time doing this, give yourself plenty of time to adjust – at least 10-20 minutes while looking around and practicing your near, intermediate and distance vision. You’ll be surprised how much detail you can actually make out when trying to focus naturally. Sunlight can really help define objects in the distance and gives you a surprisingly good view. It can be a breakthrough for anyone who used to think they were completely dependent on wearing glasses to see clearly. Blurred vision is when your vision looks blurry, making it difficult to see the smallest details. You may need to close your eyes to see better. Your vision may become blurred with age or due to certain health conditions. You may also have blurred vision when you wake up in the morning or after staring at a screen such as a computer or tablet for a long time. While there are several natural ways to protect and even improve blurred vision without the need to wear glasses or seek medical attention, it ultimately depends on what the underlying cause is.
You may think you’re seeing well or your eyes are healthy, but seeing your eye doctor for a comprehensive dilated eye exam is the only way to be truly sure. When it comes to common vision problems, some people don’t realize they might see better with glasses or contact lenses. Also, many common eye diseases, such as glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, and age-related macular degeneration, often show no warning signs. A thorough eye exam is the only way to detect these diseases in their early stages.