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Blurred Vision (Eye Problems)

Disease description:

The term blurred vision describes the loss of sharpness of one’s eyesight, making objects seem hazy and out of focus. Those affected might only recognize objects or the environment as if they are looking “through a veil”. Eye strain from using screens for prolonged periods or focusing on something for too long without taking a break, driving at night or poor weather can result in blurred vision. Blurred vision may affect one or both of the eyes and depending on the cause, it could either be temporary or permanent. A rapid and significant loss of vision should be taken seriously, as it may be a condition such as glaucoma or cataract. Furthermore, migraine attacks, brain disorders, diabetes or multiple sclerosis can also cause changes in one’s vision.

Explanation according to the Traditional Chinese Medicine:

Chinese medicine believes that visual function depends on the nourishment of Liver Blood and Kidney Essence. Therefore, the loss of Liver Blood and Kidney Essence is the main cause of blurred vision and needs to be nourished.

Possible syndromes causing these problems:

Liver and Kidney Yin Deficiency

Blurred vision, eye fatigue, lusterless hair, flaky nails, dry gritty eyes, eyes that tear-up in the wind, light sensitivity and night blindness.

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