Diplopia, known as double vision, occurs when you see objects duplicated in your vision rather than a single clear representation of each object.
Symptoms that may accompany diplopia are:
• Balance difficulties
• Difficulty reading
• Blurred vision
• Dry eyes
• Halos seen around lights
• Sensitivity to light
• Nighttime vision
• Bloodshot eyes
Photophobia, also known as sensitivity to light, is the inability to tolerate light. In someone who is light sensitive, sunlight, fluorescent light or incandescent light can cause discomfort. Photophobia causes a need to squint, close the eyes, headache or nausea. Photophobia can trigger eye spasms or seizures.
Here are some ways to exercise your eyes.