Might Be Low Blood Sugar

A hypoglycemic condition could be one of the reasons for your blurry vision. In this condition, your body is running on low sugar( glucose) which is the main source of energy for your body. You should be aware of the fact that hypoglycemia is not a disease but an indicator of a health problem. In medical terms, when your blood sugar level drops below 70mg/dL, you are hypoglycemic and you should look for the quick solution to get your blood sugar level back to normal, you can do it by either eating or drinking high sugar level food.

Some common symptoms for the hypoglycemic condition are a headache, sweating, anxiety, shakiness, tingling sensation in the mouth, disturbance in the visual. Just because you have the hypoglycemic condition it doesn’t mean you are a diabetic. With the consumption of soft drinks, sweet candy or glucose tablets you can revive yourself but if the condition is persistent then you should consult your doctor for further treatment.


Migraines are the worst type of headaches anybody could have. The constant throbbing on either side of the brain makes it frustrating for the person. These headaches can last for a couple of weeks in severe condition accompanied by vomiting, nausea, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound. Either during or after a migraine you may experience problems in your site which last for around half an hour in a most extreme condition. With regular medication, you can make migraines less painful. Consult your doctor if you can’t find relief as he will provide you with different medications.

Always Remove Your Contacts

Many of us don’t find glasses as the complete solution for the eyesight problem so they prefer contact lenses but if you don’t use them properly they can cause you enough visual problems. Everytime you blink contact lenses create micro scratches on the surface of your eye that can cause sight infections. Microorganisms get caught inside your contact lens and if you sleep without taking them off, it becomes easy for the microorganisms to create more problems in your eyes. So always take off your contact lenses before sleeping.

Stress, Anxiety, and Tiredness

It was a busy week and you did a lot of work. You must be feeling stressed out and tired. What time is it? Is it difficult for you to see the time from that wall clock? Don’t stress out, you already are. Blurry vision is because of all the stress that has been building up in your body. We don’t realize but our eyes see everything even our stress and eventually pay the price. Blurry vision doesn’t last for long in this case and will eventually pass if you give yourself a proper rest and try to relax by doing some exercises or you could try meditation.

But if the condition doesn’t change then you should go and see a doctor.

Popped Pills Last Night

If you took some medications last night for either high blood pressure, oral steroids, erectile dysfunction drugs, or some sleeping pills then experiencing blurred vision is common. Medications have side effects and taking them without consultation of a doctor could lead to problems like blurry vision so always have medications prescribed by your doctor.

You should always pay close attention to the drugs antihistamines that reduce the production of tears in your eye. It may even increase your risk of getting narrow-angle glaucoma. If this is the case, consult your doctor at utmost priority.

Or Slept In A Wrong Posture

You woke up in the morning and started looking for the clock to see what time is it and find that you can’t focus your eyes properly and it’s all blurry in front of you this could be an issue with people who wear glasses and if you don’t wear glasses and if still, this is happening to you then don’t worry you might have slept in wrong posture last night. You have no control over your sleep and on your position after you have slept and experiencing a blurred vision the next morning is normal. What is not normal, if this blurriness doesn’t go away even after you have washed your face and eyes. In that condition, you should see a doctor and might get your eyesight checked.