Question by  worker72 (33)

How are blurred vision and pressure on the eye related?


Answer by  mango (82)

When there is pressure on the eye, it results in pinching on other structures since the eye is enclosed in a bony orbit and follows the rule that if something increases (ie the pressure), then something must decrease or be squeezed out. In terms of the blurred vision, what you see is transferred by nerves that get pinched abnormally.


Answer by  Bob8478 (1040)

Blurred vision is associated with pressure on the eyeball. Pressure on the eyeball is usually attributable to a medical condition referred to as glaucoma.


Answer by  Heatherd84 (27)

Increased pressure in the eye damages the optic nerve, which can cause blurred vision, halos around lights, poor night vision, and pain in the eye.


Answer by  simna (473)

Blurred vision is the loss of sharpness of vision. It is the outcome of increased eye pressure. It may ultimately lead to the complete loss of vision.

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