An Eye Drop Solution for Blurry Vision
An Eye Drop Solution for Blurry Vision
More than 826 million people around the world suffer from blurry near vision—also known as presbyopia. While glasses and contact lenses might help clear blurry vision, they’re not always the most comfortable or best-looking solutions. There are alternative solutions like the newly FDA-approved Vuity eye drops. Keep reading to learn what Vuity is, how Vuity eye drops can help your presbyopia symptoms, and how your eye doctor can help you decide if you’re a good candidate for them.
What is presbyopia?
Presbyopia is something that we all eventually experience as we age. The Greek definition of presbyopia is “old eyes.” The lens in your eye gets less flexible as you age, and the less flexible the lenses are, the harder it is for light to properly enter the retina.
While people can experience presbyopia at an earlier age, it usually affects people 40 years and older. If you are dealing with presbyopia, there are symptoms and treatment plans you can discuss with your eye doctor.
Symptoms of presbyopia
If you’re having trouble with your vision, you should consult your eye doctor. You might have presbyopia if you’re over 40 years old and are experiencing the following symptoms:
- Trouble seeing things up close
- Needing to hold reading materials at arm’s length
- Headaches while viewing things up close
- Tired eyes
- Sore eyes
We can determine during your comprehensive eye exam if you suffer from presbyopia.
Possible treatment methods for blurry vision
While presbyopia doesn’t have a cure, your blurry vision can be corrected with treatment methods. Some popular treatment methods are eyeglasses, readers, contact lenses, and surgery; however, newer treatment methods have hit the market. Lens replacement, corneal inlays, and now, Vuity eye drops have been proven to help blurry vision caused by presbyopia.
What is Vuity?
Vuity is a daily eyedrop solution that can be prescribed to treat presbyopia symptoms in adults. It is the first and only FDA-approved eyedrop to help with presbyopia. Vuity eye drops currently comes in a 1.25 percent solution. It works by reducing the size of your pupils and by contracting muscles in your eyes to help you see up close clearly.
Are there any risks with using Vuity eye drops?
Just like any medication, there are precautions you should take when using Vuity. If you have any questions before or after you receive a Vuity prescription, you should consult with your eye doctor. Some common precautions include the following:
- Do not use Vuity eye drops if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
- Do not use Vuity if you suffer from iritis—the swelling and irritation of the iris.
- Remove your contact lenses before using Vuity and wait at least 10 minutes before putting the contact lenses back in your eyes.
- If you are using more than one medication for your eyes, use them and Vuity at least five minutes apart.
- Be careful when driving or doing other activities at night or in environments that have limited lighting.
- You might experience headaches, eye redness, and other possible side effects while using Vuity.
Once you’ve discussed any questions that you have with your eye doctor, the next step is to determine if Vuity might be a great solution for your blurry vision.
Is Vuity right for you?
The best way to find out if Vuity is right for you is to meet with a doctor at Louisiana Eye Care.
During your visit, your doctor will do a comprehensive eye exam and overall analysis of your vision health and regular health to verify if you’re a good candidate for Vuity eye drops. You might benefit from Vuity eye drops if you’re looking for a simple treatment method to help your blurry vision. If you’re an adult who suffers from presbyopia, you also might benefit from using Vuity.
Want something that’s more comfortable than glasses and contact lenses but less expensive than surgery? Want an option that you can use at home without large lenses covering up your beautiful eyes? Vuity might be the right option for you. Schedule an appointment at Louisiana Eye Care to explore this safe and affordable option that can reduce your blurry vision.