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Can heart problems cause blurred vision?

Is it possible to get blurred vision from heart problems? How can heart problems affect on our eyes?
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  • cwalsman


    Yes, it is possible to get blurred vision from heart problems as a matter of fact. Various kinds of heart problems will make it difficult to have a good sleep or have the right pace of breath. Your blood circulation will work in disorder, which may change the blood vessels in the back of the eye. Meanwhile, your eyes may feel dry because of the above bad symptoms of the body. Finally, give rise to shortness of breath, irregular heartbeats, weakness, dizziness, and blurred vision. To solve the problem, first, taking frequent vision breaks to relax your eye muscles while you feel blurred vision. Besides, you should eat more vegetables to calm down the blood circulation and control the mood to make it be in peace. However, for the sake of your health, you'd better go to see the doctor at regular time and find medical ways to treat this problem.
  • Lauren


    Well, heart diseases is serious and risk. The most common symptom of coronary artery disease is angina, or chest pain. The one who suffers heart diseases may also experience shortness of breath, weakness or dizziness, nausea and sweating. Heart is the most important organ in our body, no heart no life. Heart diseases can cause many healthy problems. Well, nausea and vomiting are easy to cause eye problems. That is, they affects eye sight very much. Sometimes blurry vision and double vision are also caused by nausea and vomiting. Actually these are side effects of heart diseases. People who suffer heat diseases must take care of them because it is so dangerous and has a high risk of leading to death. So if you really get heat diseases, keep good mood and keep contact with your doctor.
  • Riley eddy


    Well, yes, heart problems can just lead to blurry vision. According to some experts, heart disease can predispose a person to strokes. In that way, it will just affect the eye by causing partial or full vision loss. Also, it can affect the brainstem, which controls eye movement via several cranial nerves. In some cases when the brainstem is involved, blurry vision and double vision can be possible. For blurry vision, it is the loss of sharpness of vision and the inability to see small details. And it can be very dangerous when you are driving. So just pay more attention to it.

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