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Blurred Vision – Losing the Sharpness of Vision

Blurred Vision

Blurred vision is a visual impairment denoted by a lack of understanding or clarity in sight. When an individual experiences blurry vision, objects or details appear unclear, cloudy, or out of focus. This ailment can affect various aspects of vision, including near or distant vision, and may occur gradually or suddenly.

Blurry vision can occur for multiple reasons, such as refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism), eye diseases, eye strain, particular medicines, or underlying health problems.

Therefore, consult an eye care expert if you encounter constant or sudden changes in your vision. The doctor can help you diagnose the underlying reason and suggest the proper treatment your body needs.

What causes Blurred vision?

There could be many potential reasons why someone encounters blurry vision, but consulting an eye care professional to specify the exact cause of the symptoms is necessary. According to experts, the causes of blurred eyes are generally cataracts, myopia, hypermetropia, and astigmatism etc. Below we have enlisted few more disorders  that lead to blurred vision

  • Difficulty focusing for both near-sightedness or far-sightedness
  • Presbyopia
  • Dry eye syndrome
  • Cataracts
  • Glaucoma
  • Cornea damage
  • Macular degeneration due to age
  • Ongoing eye infection
  • Retina impacted due to diabetic retinopathy
  • Eye injury


Cataracts: People who are suffering from Cataracts are the ones who complain the most about blurred vision. The cloudy protein formation in the eye’s lens causes this blurred vision. Younger people can also get this problem, and to get rid of it, you have to immediately start the Ayurvedic remedy or medication as needed.

Cataracts are primarily visible in your late forties. But younger people, even kids, can get them, too. Colors may seem faded, and you will have blurred vision, making it harder to see at night and more sensitive to glare.

What other conditions can end up in blurred vision ?

 The other conditions which can end up in blurred vision include

  • Migraine
  • Stroke  
  • Diabetes 
  • Brain tumor 
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Accidental head injury 
  • Low blood sugar level
  • Multiple sclerosis 
  • Psoriasis


Low blood pressure : When you are feeling weak and dizzy, it might be due to low pressure and your body is completely dehydrated. All this may have occurred due to too much activity in the sun. Some medications for heart-related problems and poor nutrition may lead to low blood pressure and, ultimately, blurry vision.

Multiple sclerosis :MS can impact various brain parts responsible for controlling how the eyes move. These symptoms lead to cases of double vision or wobbly vision. This vision problem happens when the person is looking in a specific direction. Because of this double vision, the brain gets a confusing message and the person feels nauseated or a vertigo sensation.

How can we diagnose blurred vision?

Once you approach a doctor, he will list all the symptoms you are experiencing due to blurred vision. Some of the questions he may ask you.

When was the first time you experienced blurred vision?  

How has your blurred vision started worsening?

The doctor may even ask about your medical & family history of different eye conditions.

Eye examination tests

The next step involves the physical examination of the eyes. Your vision will be tested using an eye chart. Along with this, the doctor might also perform a

  • Ophthalmoscopy test
  • Refraction test
  • Measurement of intraocular pressure

Other Tests Suggested

Occasionally, a doctor might tell you to go for a blood test. These tests are mainly carried out to determine if there are any bacteria in the blood and what your White blood cell count is. These tests will help to suspect any eye infection.

Ayurvedic Eye Treatment for Blurry Vision

Akshitarpana, an ancient eye care and rejuvenation program rooted in Ayurveda, is ideally included as part of the detoxification process (panchakarma) in Ayurvedic therapy. This special treatment not only actually manages various diseases but also functions as a visionary wellness measure, cleansing and revitalizing the eyes to promote optimal vision.

In the unique method of Akshi Tarpana, herbal-infused ghee is delicately laid over the eyes for a precise time. This herbal concoction not only nourishes but also strengthens the eyes, making Akshitarpana a unique treatment tailored to improve our eyes.

A herbal ghee, oil, or mixture is carefully pooled near the eyes in a circular manner for a specified period, delivering complete nourishment not only to the eyes but also to the entire face and mind.

The strain imposed on our eyes which leads to blurry vision are mainly due to our modern lifestyle practices, represented by sedentary habits, mental toil, extended openness to bright lights, mobile devices, computers, and environmental pollutants, Akshitarpana emerges as a precious gift for eye care.

For the best result  this therapy should be continued for a duration of 7-14 days. This healing approach finds particular applicability in addressing conditions such as dry eyes, eyestrain, conjunctivitis, glaucoma, corneal ulcers, blurred vision, cataracts, pain and burning sensations in the eyes. All these disorders  lead to blurry vision in most of the patients and therefore blurry vision treatment is also healed through Akshi Tarpana.

Ayurvedic Eye Treatment by Akshi Tarpana has even proven to be a  beneficial way of checking  refractive errors and addressing issues like second cranial nerve atrophy.

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