Accommodative dysfunction is an eye-focusing problem resulting in blurred vision — frequently found in people who have extended close up work.
One of the visual skills necessary for visual information processing for close up tasks, such as reading computer screens or books. The ability to look from near to far without any blur at distance or near.
Causes & risk factors
- Often due to the inability to use the two eyes properly, this is called binocular vision function
- Close up Work demand increasing
- Blurring of vision and unable to focus may occur and be related to prolonged visually demanding close up tasks, without proper ergonomics such as lighting, posture and taking frequent eye breaks.
- The inability to look from near to far quickly without any experience blured vision
- Transient blurred vision.
- Abnormal postural adaptations (too close or too far away / working distance).
- Visual stress such as headaches and decrease of comprehsion
- Inconsistent work productivity
- Avoidance of visually demanding tasks.
- Distractibility while performing task
- Comprehensive Eye health and vision examination by an optometrist
- Full Patient History
- Optometric Vision therapy
- Vision Enhancement procedures with lenses and prisms
- Glasses or Contact lenses to correct an refractive error
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