2. Blood pressure
Either high or low blood pressure can be one of the most common causes for experience blurred vision. Normal blood pressure measures approximately 120 over 80, but higher or lower than this could mean that you have a condition that needs to be managed with a few lifestyle adaptations and likely prescription blood pressure medication to keep your blood pressure in check.
You’re more at risk for blood pressure conditions if you have a history of these conditions in your family, and your risk increases with the addition of certain lifestyle factors like your diet and being a smoker or heavy drinker.
Blurred vision can happen when your blood pressure falls very low, or spikes very high: Both are dangerous to your health and might mean that you should make a trip to the emergency room rather than to wait for a doctor’s appointment.
Sometimes it can be the only symptom of sudden blood pressure changes you experience, but you might also experience dizziness, nausea, vomiting, numbness, tingling or fainting at the same time.