Symptoms of Myopia

1. Blurry vision when looking at distant objects;
2. Need to squint or partially close eyelids to see clearly;
3. Headaches;
4. Persistently squint;
5. Seem unaware of distant objects;
6. Blink excessively;
7. Rub eyes frequently;
8. Sit close to television;

Unfortunately, children may have difficulty seeing things on white boards or screen projections in the classroom.
Younger children might not express difficulty seeing, but they may have the such behaviors that suggest difficulty seeing.
Adults with myopia may notice difficulty reading street signs or signs in a store.
Some people may experience blurry vision in dim light, as with nighttime driving, even if they see clearly in daylight. This condition is called night myopia.

Symptoms of Myopia


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