Blurry Vision

Samuel Smith


Blurry vision can happen at any time, and it can be a slight temporary condition or an indication of something more serious. We have all felt the effects of blurry vision either after going from dark into light or after an eye examination, but sometimes it can be associated with real health conditions.

Blurry vision can be associated with health conditions such as diabetes and may be indicative of a more serious eye condition. It may even be a side effect of something such as a migraine and therefore be a regular occurrence. Whatever the cause or frequency, blurry vision can be frustrating and really impair on a person’s vision altogether causing a whole slew of other problems. This may very well go away on its own and that is certainly the best case scenarios. If it is associated with other symptoms such as nausea, extreme fatigue, or severe headaches then one should seek medical attention to be sure that there isn’t something more serious going on.

There are however some excellent natural cures that can help you to get rid of blurry vision and hopefully prevent it from occurring in the future. Several home remedies can be quite helpful as one works to clear blurry vision from their life.

Natural Cures for Blurry Vision

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is a necessary part of any healthy lifestyle, but it’s extremely important when it comes to your vision. When one is looking for a natural cure for blurry vision or any type of vision problem, they should look to Vitamin A first and foremost.

Taking Vitamin A there are many foods that can contribute to this natural cure. You can use certain foods as a home remedy for blurry vision such as spinach, nut milk, cabbage, and carrots.


Taking half a teaspoon of the liquorice root as part of a drink can be an excellent natural cure for blurry vision.

Mixing the powdered version of this root with honey, nut milk and drinking twice a day can work as a very effective home remedy for blurry vision.

Chicory root

Chicory root is an excellent natural cure for any sort of vision problems, especially blurry vision. This has natural food to it that are good for the optic system and are high in Vitamin A concentration as well but an even more effective home remedy is to mix chicory juice with juices of carrots, celery, and parsley. This will help to cure any blurry vision that an individual is suffering and to prevent it from recurring in the future.


Bilberry is another popular herb for vision and eye heath. It can also help improve night vision as it stimulates the regeneration of the visual purple component of the retina. Furthermore, it protects against macular degeneration, glaucoma and cataracts. It is also good for retinal problems related to diabetes or high blood pressure as it is high in a chemical called anthocyanoside that has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Eat about one-half cup of ripe bilberry fruits daily.

Eat a diet high in vitamins A, B-complex, C, D and E, beta-carotene, amino acids, lutein and zeaxanthin, all of which promote eye health. The chlorophyll in green leafy vegetables also helps improve eyesight.

Eat carrots, spinach, corn, beetroot, sweet potato, blueberries, broccoli, kale and other fresh green leafy vegetables. flaxseed are linseed seed nuts and seeds are also beneficial for eye health.

Also put some lemon juice in your eyes. Mix it with a little water and go and have a rest.

Do it once a day.

Do not stay hooked to your television or computer screen as it contributes to eye strain.

When working on a computer, position the monitor at a comfortable distance, about 18 to 24 inches away.

The height of the monitor should be at or just below eye level.

To avoid glare on your computer, get an anti-glare screen if needed.

Take frequent visual breaks and rest your eyes every 20 minutes.

Avoid reading in dim light as it puts strain on the eye muscles.

Do not wear glasses that have the wrong prescription; this is particularly important for children.

Get regular eye checkups.

When out in the sun, wear sunglasses to protect your eyes.

Get proper sleep as sleep deprivation leads to eye discomfort and blurry vision.

Trust in God.

Compiled by Mrs. Christiana Moore