If you have astigmatism, you’d notice your vision is slightly blurry or distorted at all distances, especially from far.
It is a condition when the front part of our eyes (cornea) has lost the regular dome-shape, as a result, light rays cannot be uniformly focused onto the back of our eyes (retina).
Symptoms of Astigmatism:
- Images appear smudgy or distorted, especially objects at a distant.
- Blurry vision from far as well as close up.
- Getting headache or eye strain, especially when reading.