About Astigmatism

Astigmatism is related to irregular astigmatism and aland island eye disease, and has symptoms including blurred vision and aniseikonia. An important gene associated with Astigmatism is ANKRD11 (Ankyrin Repeat Domain Containing 11), and among its related pathways/superpathways is Proteoglycan biosynthesis. The drugs Dipivefrin and Propoxycaine have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include eye, retina and endothelial, and related phenotype is behavior/neurological.

Major Symptoms of Astigmatism

The main symptoms of Astigmatism (refractive error) include:

1. Blurred vision: When looking at distant objects, the eyes will appear blurred.

2. Eye fatigue: Looking at near objects for a long time will cause eye fatigue, which may improve when looking at distant objects.

3. Headache: When looking at near objects, your eyes need to make more adjustments, which may cause headaches.

4. Dizziness: Patients with high myopia may experience vertigo.

5. Dry eyes: Your eyes may feel dry when looking at close objects.

6. Blurred vision: When looking at objects at close range, you may see blurred vision.

7. Eye fatigue: Your eyes may feel tired when reading or using electronic devices.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Astigmatism

The suitable lifestyle for people with Astigmatism includes the following points:

1. Maintain good living habits and avoid looking at close objects, such as mobile phones and computers, for a long time.

2. Pay attention to eye hygiene and check your eyes regularly to avoid infection and fatigue.

3. Maintain good eating habits and eat more foods rich in vitamins A, C, and E, such as carrots, spinach, peanuts, etc.

4. Maintain good rest habits, avoid excessive fatigue, and perform appropriate eye exercises regularly, such as blinking and rolling your eyes.

5. If necessary, you can consult a professional doctor and follow the doctor's recommendations for treatment and care.

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