Autumn in Ohio; a time the trees are showing their sparkling foliage, the sound of a crackling fire can be heard and thoughts turn to colder days that will soon arrive. Fall also means it’s a little darker in the morning and sunsets that come way too early.
For many Nyctalopia, night blindness, is a very real problem. What exactly is it? Night blindness is a condition making it difficult or impossible to see in relatively low light and can be the symptom of several eye diseases from Glaucoma to Retinitis Pigmentosa. The only way to determine the source of the issue is to have a fully dilated eye exam.
Depending on the cause there are some things you can do to improve it. Cataracts can be removed. Eat foods rich in Vitamin A. Wear corrective lenses if prescribed
As always make sure you talk with your eye care professional about any visual issues you are experiencing. If you haven’t been in to see a doctor within the last year, why not schedule your appointment today. (419) 334-8121 or (419) 435-3482.

Contact Eye Centers Of Northwest Ohio

2311 Hayes Avenue
Fremont, Ohio 43420
(419) 334-8121
622 Parkway Drive
Fostoria, Ohio 44830
(419) 435-3482
Fremont: (419) 334-8121 - Fostoria: (419) 435-3482