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Debra Havel


02/21/2013

Can lack of sleep cause blurred vision?

I get blurred vision and feel so sleepy because of lacking sleep. I just want to know if lacking sleeping can cause blurred vision? If i get sleep right now, will i get clear vision again after waking up.
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  • camzron

    02/21/2013

    Lacking of sleep may cause blurred vision. Get enough sleep is very important to out heath. If you lack of sleep, you may feel very tired of all your body. And if your eyes get tired, it is likely to get blurred vision. Besides, lacking of sleep can also cause dry eyes that can make you get fluctuation of vision. That is to say, sometimes you get clear vision, but sometimes, you will get blurred vision. But this is not big problem as long as you get enough sleep latter.
  • Logan hall

    02/21/2013

    Studies show that It is imperative to get 6-8 hours of sleep for healthy living. Also, eye needs at least five hours to replenish. Blurred vision is often a neurological sign and not to be taken lightly. It is worse than being drunk in a certain sense. When you don't get sleep, your eyes look and feel so tired. When tears do not adequately lubricate the eye, those suffering from dry-eye may experience some pain, or blurred vision. So, enough sleep is the key part for your healthy eyes. If you have trouble falling sleep, you could take some time out for yourself, maybe a day or two, and just relax. Listen to classical music while laying down in a dark room which has no lights, no tv, no radio. It is important to stay off computer. Good luck to you!
  • DANIEL WHITE

    03/04/2013

    Actually only lack of sleep could not lead to blurred vision. However, if you always overuse your eyes and stay up for a long time, this will lead to blurred vision. If you want to recover your eyesight, you should avoid stay up and live a healthy and regular life.
  • Derek T.

    04/03/2013

    Yes, lacking sleep will cause your blurry vision. Your eyes may get dry and easily get red. You need to have the good rest for the eyes. You could use some eye drops to moisture the eyes. In addition, the warm compress is also a good way for you. You could also eat more food with vitamin C to moisture the eyes. You need to have the good rest for the eyes.
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