Glare sensitivity continues to be a very common problem. Most people experience it as difficulty driving at night because the lights of oncoming cars seem brighter than usual. Astigmatism, a condition where the shape of the cornea is oval instead of round, is one of the causes of glare sensitivity. Lights may have halos or streaks around them, and alway appear more bright than they are. Vision may remain relatively clear, meaning enough people may not get help for it. Get you eyes examined, so we can find out what the problem is, and help come up with a tailor made solution.

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