Do you squint while reading or working on the computer? Do you struggle with depth perception when playing tennis, reaching out to hit that tennis ball? If you are noticing constant eye strain or headaches along with blurred or double vision, you may have a condition called amblyopia. Simply stated, amblyopia happens when the vision in one of the eyes is reduced because the eye and the brain are not working together in harmony.
ADULTS AND VISION THERAPY
Lazy eye (amblyopia) - Diagnosis and treatment - Mayo Clinic
Amblyopia surgery is one of the strategies used for alleviating symptoms of amblyopia, better known as lazy eye. These can include unequal vision in the eyes and impaired depth perception. Generally, non-surgical interventions are more common than surgery for managing the effects of amblyopia. But when appropriate, a range of different surgical procedures can be used to treat the condition.
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Amblyopia: Lazy eye symptoms and treatment
Amblyopia is a developmental vision disorder in which an eye fails to achieve normal visual acuity , even with prescription glasses or contact lenses. Also called lazy eye, amblyopia usually begins during infancy and early childhood. In most cases, only one eye is affected but in some cases, reduced visual acuity can occur in both eyes. Particularly if lazy eye is detected early in life and treated promptly, reduced vision can be minimised.
Historically, the critical period for vision development was regarded up to around 8 years of age. For people older than that is was generally believed that vision can no longer be developed, or any residual amblyopia improved. Research on animal models of amblyopia, however, has disproved this belief and the researchers, as well as physicians, have since introduced a wide range of behavioral interventions, including several vision training approaches , that can improve vision even in amblyopic adults. Adults have just as much need for this type of vision care as children and indeed sometimes adults can achieve very good results because they are more motivated and know WHY they have to do vision therapy exercises.