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Could this be a Symptom of a Nutrient/Vitamin Deficiency?

Does anyone know if Kaleidoscope vision could be caused by a nutrient or vitamin deficiency such as low Vitamin A? I was just wondering because I have been having very weird vision problems 24/7 and they never go away. I see them both with my eyes open or closed and it is completely driving me insane.

Any and All Information Received Will Be Greatly Appreciated!!!!! Thank You Sooo Much!!!!! :)

P.S. Maybe it is being caused by my poor diet?????
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Thank You Sooo Much for Your Response, I greatly appreciate the Information!!!! :) :) :)
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Vision can be assisted by using vitamin A in reasonable doses, i.e. 5,000 i.u.'s a day,
Lutein (has to be at least 20mgs. a day), Zeaxanthan, Carotenoids, natural Beta, not
synthetic, natural being something like Betatene or D.Salina, zinc, taurine, B-2, bioflavonoids such as Rutin, and alpha GPC, and Acetyl L Carnitine.  Carnosine drops
are said to be great, but one must be careful of the supplier to the extreme.

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