Climbing stairs, running and jumping doesn’t seem like much of a task until you have broken a bone or sprained your ankle. Similarly, clear vision is often taken for granted by many of us until our vision isn’t as crystal clear as we remember and minor details start turning hazy. Most people experience vision changes either at an early or a later stage, which could make even the most regular of activities like reading or driving a challenge.

Could this be a sign of a serious condition? Blurry vision is usually one of the most common conditions that results in decreased visual clarity. It starts with the surface of the eye, the cornea and this is where majority of the blurry vision lies. If you suffer from conditions such as near-sightedness, far sightedness and astigmatism, you may be susceptible to blurry vision. Let’s understand better with the help of this infographic from InSight Vision Center.

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Causes of Blurry Vision

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