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Mixed anisometropia, one eye has myopia and one eye hyperopia

By Yong Kang Decline | China Yongkang | 2017-11-02

Then, is it possible that one eye has myopia and the other hyperopia? Yes, this is mixed anisometropia. If the visual difference is small, the right eye is used to see far objects, and left eye is used to see close objects, which is known as “single vision”, the brain can automatically adjust, so we will not feel uncomfortable. But the large visual difference may lead to dizziness, fatigue and other problems, and it can be corrected with smart reducing-degree lenses.
 

Yongkang Biotech Co., Ltd experts remind: maintain correct posture to hold a pen, use two eye simultaneously when seeing near objects, do not tilt head so as to avoid anisometropia in the eyes.
 

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