I've been wearing glasses for distance for about 10 years and I'm quite confused. Last night when I returned home, I found that I couldn't read my book at all. It was completely blurry. I couldn't see the computer screen either. However, when I took off my glasses, I was able to see without a problem. Today, I'm having the same problem and needed to take off and put on my glasses time and time again so that I could see distance through them and not have blurry closeups. It lead to a headache, as can be expected.
I'm wondering if my vision might have possibly gotten better. I've been running/rollerblading in the mornings before the sun comes up. I don't bother with my glasses and I'm wondering if perhaps it has helped my vision to change. Is this even possible?
I just returned from a cruise for a long weekend. I was wondering if maybe it was something to do with the dry air, or humidity. I've had a lot of sinus headaches in the past but it has never changed my vision. Any ideas?
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